Demented wit, haunting blues, moving ballads! ”

— Victory Music Review, Seattle, WA

Next Show: Couth Buzzard Books 12/1/18

Img of Deb Seymour & Thaddeus Spae Concert Flyer


...and start waggin' those tails!

Blame It On The Dog, the 4th CD by veteran songwriter Deb Seymour, takes you on wild ride with hitch-hiking chickens, ("Chicken In An Engine") the terror that is the cat ("Calico Shadow") and gives a new spin on that mid-life ritual that starts with "C" ("Colonoscopy"). Deb’s tender side comes out in songs such as “Dinner For One”, about broken hearts and missed chances.  This CD also features Deb’s first song written in French, “Je Suis Charlie Hebdo”, a heartfelt tribute to the victims of the 2015  Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris , done in "Hot Club" Django Reinhardt-style guitar with accordion.

You'll soon be howling with delight!

"Fabulously eclectic with Broadway sass and class! Thought provoking and abundant in talent!"
- Laura MacMahon., Seattle WA

"Each song is perfect unto itself. And so imaginative!"
- Virginia Arnott-Wald, Port Townsend, WA

"She may be barking mad, but you'll soon be howling with delight at Deb's newest musical tricks!"
-Jason Wood, Seattle, WA

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About Deb Seymour

Deb Seymour says it with flowers
@ The C&P Coffee Company 
Saturday Nov 3rd, 2018 (West Seattle)

Deb Seymour says it with flowers @ The C&P Coffee Company Saturday Nov 3rd, 2018 (West Seattle)

A master musical story-teller (and no slouch at the guitar), Deb Seymour has been charming her audiences for over thirty years with her eclectic blend of wit and wisdom.

Never a cautious moment on stage, no subject is off limits and include tango-dancing Martians, tropical love songs, hard-hat wearing mamas and even colonoscopies. Seymour's  influences include Christine Lavin, Chuck Brodsky, Patty Larkin...and nearly every Broadway show ever written. Prepare to have your imagination tickled and your heart strings pulled!

Seymour is a three-time Tumbleweed Songwriting Finalist and a winner of the Top Five in the 2011 Great American Song Contest Country Category.  In September of 2018, her songs "Colonoscopy" and "Dinner For One"  respectively placed as semi-finalist and runner-up in the 2018 Song of the Year Contest.

Off-stage, Seymour is the author of an electric car and zero-waste lifestyle advocacy blog  Deb Goes Green,  works events with the Seattle Electric Vehicle Association is an avid gardener and loves up her two cat, Peaches & Morpheus.




What They're Saying

"Fabulously eclectic with Broadway sass and class!"

-Laura MacMahon, Seattle

"Folk music that won't bore even the anti-folkies among you."
-Michael Roberts, Westword Magazine, Denver

"Enjoy having you imagination tickled and your heartstrings pulled." 
-Maureen Jackson, Victory Review, Seattle

"Chills! Laughs! Love! Drama! Cars! Tools! Metaphysics! More! All that's missing is water flying off the stage."
-Rick Calhoun, Fan, Ft. Lupton, CO

"Deb Seymour brings it. Never a cautious moment on stage!"
-Sean Cupolo, H. B. Woodson's Music, Boulder, CO

"This Seattle singer and songwriter incorporates Latin, jazz, country, blues The subject matter? Anything goes!
-Go Magazine, Wenatchee, WA

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