“Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft”; it’s a bit of a mouthful, but at the age of five Deborah Bern could be found dancing around her bedroom singing into her hairbrush channelling the purity of Karen Carpenter’s sweet tones. The drive to sing and perform never left her.
Neither has her wanderlust. Deborah’s early record deal with Koch International gave her the chance to tour Turkey, Crete and Spain and later her musical career took her to Sydney and the USA.
She’s performed at Borderline, The Jazz Café, Dingwalls, Underworld, Ronnie Scott’s in London, the Blue Note Jazz Club in Manhattan, as well as countless hotels and clubs in Europe, Australia and the USA.
Deborah is the one with the canvas and paint based skills; her artwork inspires and responds to the band’s musical creation. She brings a non-conformist spirituality to The Queen Has Two Heads along with an emotional honesty that immediately connects with audiences. There is a rumour that her vocal and performance warm-ups include the singing of “Jumbalaya” into a hairbrush. Her bandmates are saying nothing!