DEBORAH CARR is a professional vocal stylist based in Atlanta, Georgia. You may remember her work with 80's R&B group, "The Finest." She has worked in multiple genres including rock, bluegrass, country and jazz.
Earlier in her career, Deborah was an International Model, and is well remembered for the popular Florida Orange Juice ad. Currently, she is a top shelf Make Up Artist for television, commercials and photography.
RUSTY EDWARDS has written with, played with, and/or sat in with: The Marshall Tucker Band, Blind Boys of Alabama, Dave Brubeck, Butch Trucks, Oteil Burbridge, Bill Evans, Michael Hedges, Chick Corea, John Patitucci, Peter Erskine, Suzy Bogguss, Bill Ganz, Jorma Kaukonen, Joe Pitts Band, Deborah Carr, Hannah Thomas and The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Rusty co-wrote (with Bill Ganz) "Smoke of a Thousand Campfires," which was a Top Ten Western hit. His sacred songs have been used in books in over a dozen countries, with over 20 million copies in print. Those songs have been sung on all 7 continents.
Rusty Edwards is the Executive Producer of the documentary film THIS IS THIS: The Incredible Jazz Journey of Weather Report," and serves as host of Dirty South TV's "The Acoustic Lunch Hour" program each Thursday.
Now, after many years of not playing regularly, Rusty returned to the stage in 2014 with the amazing song stylist Deborah Carr. They have a unique blend of harmonies and a varied and interesting array of music that they share together. Their first gig was at the Jodie Jam, a fundraiser for The Allman Brothers Band Museum in Macon, Georgia. They have been singing together nearly every day since.
Deborah Carr & Rusty Edwards bring their back porch folk music to the Dirty South TV Set at Steve’s Live Music on Thursday, September 4, 2014 in front of a live audience. Those unable to attend in person can tune in for free online and watch here: http://www.dirtysouthtv.com/
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