Welcome to my updated website & guestbook. A few words...
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and, most importantly...
Thank you for taking the time to stop by and say hello.
All the best,
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Viewing your website is a revelation. My hat (or helmet) is off to you, your talent, your art, and your accomplishments. It is fascinating to learn of the person behind the ski student.
Wonderful to see you've made great music in your life. What an amazing accomplishment. You've come a long way since I first knew you at that 10 or 11 year old mark.
My late husband played the trumpet, so I learned most of my appreciation for music from him.
Wishing you continued success.
Wow!!!! Found your website through Facebook. I'm in awe. I have always loved music and wanted to play an instrument. Still have hopes to do this someday.
It's a beautiful website, Debbie. I loved reading your Bio too.
Was Mr Pat Lebs a music teacher at Phoenix Technical school in the 1950.
I don't know about that. If you contact Alhambra HS, in Phoenix, maybe they would be able to tell you.
He was a wonderful band director!
My belated condolences go out to you and the rest of DIVA on the death of Stanley Kay. His passing is a great loss to the world of jazz. May you and DIVA keep on swinging and may his memory and legacy be kept alive forever. Best wishes, Kurt
I really enjoyed playing with you the other night.
It was great to perform with you Sept 5 with Nick Matthis in Hartford. You are an outstanding trombonist and composer and fun to work with too! I also very much enjoyed your CD albums! Hope we play again together soon! Much success in your career, Saskia Laroo (trumpet / from Amsterdam, NL)
Hi Deb, I remember you, Lu was my dad, you comment made me cry. I miss him. I will be 20 years ago this August since he passed.
20 years already, wow! I was just in Las Vegas, performing with Diva, and saw a few friends from that time there. I will always think of your father when I remember the old union hall and all the music that was played there. Very special times! And yes, your father was very special to a lot of folks, not just me. I will never forget him.