Deborah Vial is a Dallas native making her name known in the indie music scene. She will be performing at the House of Blue in Dallas on July 26th bringing some of that Maui flavor back to her home roots. Who wouldn't want a little bit of that? She will be performing music off her album, ‘Stages and Stones’. The album includes standout track, ‘Don’t Make Me Take It’ along with ‘Simple Girl’, ‘Angel’, ‘Lose Again’, and more. Deborah Vial and partner Caron Barrett will be releasing new music to add onto their album ‘Stages and Stones’ by the end of Summer 2014! According to Curve Magazine, “Vial is lending her rich and husky vocals to ‘Stages and Stones,’ a rock album with no shortage of attitude and a bit of edge."
Many of her loyal fans absolutely love her enthralling voice and refreshing live performances. (Dallas Culture and Events Examiner) DCE's take on the new album and the song "Don't Make Me Take It!" is just WOW! DCE has not listened to the entire album but I love the guitar vamps between the verses. Deborah's voice has this gritty and haunting element to it, that as a woman I can say I want to claw the eyes out of every person that has ever dissed me and loved me at the same time. "A Storm to rage in your room" is just one of the lyrics. Love the elements in the song and a definite must listen.
After releasing Stages and Stones in 2011, there were a few pieces that still felt unfinished. “Some words still needing to be spoken” says Vial. In the Spring of 2014, those songs started to bloom and will be released late Summer 2014. “Stages and Stones was a revelation for me” says Vial. “The quality of the musicianship was unreal. Kenny Aronoff on drums, Chris Chaney from Jane’s Addiction on Bass, Kevin Savigar on keys…huge industry names. We didn’t want to present unfinished songs to them, so we held some back from Stages and Stones. Those are the songs we are working on today”.
Deborah's concerts in 2011 and in 2013 sold out at Sue Ellen's, the House of Blues and the Kessler Theater. This year's shows should expect the same loyal following and the same crowds. Check out the House of Blues to purchase tickets.