About Deb Seymour

A master musical storyteller, Seymour’s wit & wisdom always delights”-John Ford, Host, KAOS 89.3 FM, Olympia, WA 

Whether singing about hitch-hiking chickens or tango-dancing Martians, veteran folk musician and vaudeville theater mistress Deb Seymour's musical stories bring laughter, connection, inspiration and hope as well as lots of laughs to her audiences.

Influenced by by Christine Lavin, Tom Lehrer, Shania Twain and nearly every Broadway musical ever written, Seymour's wit, wisdom and theatrical stage presence, will have you on up your feet and singing while offering respite from the absurdities of everyday living.

Her music is available in her store and also on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.    

"Prepare to have your imagination tickled and your heart strings pulled!"-Maureen Jackson, Victory Music Review, Tacoma


Current Facebook Livestreams:

  • Brunch w/ Deb: 2nd & 4th Sundays 11 AM PST (1/2 hr show)

  • Desert SW Open Mic:  Every Fri 4:30 PM PST (1/2 hr Show)

Recent regular venues (Prior to COVID19)

  • Tumbleweed Music Festival

  • Northwest Folklife Fesitval

  • Couth Buzzard Books Seattle

  • C & P Coffee Seattle

  • Grumpy D’s Coffee Seattle

  • Hoh River Brewing Tumwater

  • House Concerts  ~ House Concerts ~ House Concerts :-)

Past venues of note:

  • San Francisco Folk Festival

  • Boulder Theater

  • Avogadro’s Number Fort Collins

  • Corvallis Folk Society

  • 5th Ave Beanery Eugene

  • Ashland Beanery

  • Ashland Folk Festival

  • Traditions Olympia

  • and even more

  • House concerts ~ house concerts ~ house concerts!


  • 2019: 

    • Semi-Finalist, Song of the Year-Round 4 ("Chrissie's Hair")

    • Semi-Finalist Song of the Year-Round 1  ("Twelve Shades of Blue")

  • 2018: 

    • Finalist Great American Song Contest ("Colonoscopy")

    • Semi Finalist Song of the Year ("Colonoscopy")

    • Semi-Finalist  International Songwriting Contest           ("Colonoscopy")

    • Runner-Up, Song of the Year Contest  ("Dinner For One")

  • 2013 :  

    • Finalist Tumbleweed Songwriting Competition ("Girders of Steel")

    • 2011   Top Five Award, Great American Song Contest-Country  ("Mama Wears     A Hard Hat")

    • Honorable Mention Song of the Year ("Mama Wears A Hard Hat")