Debra Davis is a singer/songwriter/producer and music educator from Los Angeles. She has released 3 albums of original material, and has a catalog of songs written for other artists and projects, as well. Debra’s songs have been featured in numerous TV series and films, and can be heard on such Internet music outlets as Spotify, Itunes, IHeartRadio, Soundcloud and Pandora (Debra Davis Radio), as well as on retail and in-flight music programming.
The title track to her debut album, “Uninvited Guests,” cracked the Top 20 on the Americana Radio chart, and her latest, “Complete,” features a duet with 5-time Grammy winner Christopher Cross. Debra has written songs for, vocal coached and produced artists including Disney actress Peyton List (for Universal Music Group), Twist of Fate (Sony Wonder), and for “Avalon: Web of Magic” (Scholastic).
Debra and her music were also featured on the “Real Artists Working” documentary (PBS), “Innervieworld” webcast, and on “Angel Encounters” special (TNN), which explored the stories behind her songs.
Debra has been a featured performer/songwriter on ASCAP’s Quiet on the Set, NSAI (Nashville Songwriter’s Assn.), and Billy Block’s Western Beat, and has toured nationwide with her Band of Gold playing festivals and venues like The Bluebird in Nashville, Summerfest, PRIDE, Eat’m Las Vegas, LA Marathon, Billboard Live, House of Blues, the Troubadour and the Coach House, as well as numerous radio on-airs and morning TV appearances. She’s opened for such artists as Christopher Cross, Edwin McCain, Venice and Collective Soul.
Her songs are on several compilation CDs for good causes, including
“Artists Against Cancer,“ “It’s About Eve” for breast cancer research,
and “Home” for Children International.
Debra’s husband, drummer/producer Dave Beyer, is also an instructor at LACM, and works on many projects with her.
Debra has been a vocal coach and piano, guitar and songwriting teacher for more than 20 years. Debra studied music at Fullerton College, Golden West College, UCLA and Dick Grove School of Music in Hollywood. She also has a B.A. degree in Journalism, and was a features writer for the L.A. Times for 8 years (interviewing the likes of Gladys Knight, Chris Brown, Sammy Hagar and Wynonna Judd), and wrote the music columns for Pasadena Weekly and Gig Magazine.