A pop singer/songwriter from the 1980's known
for hits like
"Only In My Dreams", "Shake Your Love", "Lost In Your Eyes", and "Foolish Beat", which made her the youngest artist to write, produce, and record
a #1 hit in 1988 at age 17. During her reign as pop princess, she had 9 top 10 hits and made black
hats and vests a popular fashion trend.
Born Deborah Ann Gibson in 1970, she wrote songs since she was a small child
and was taught
piano by Mortin Estrin, who also taught
Billy Joel. She was part of a chior
that performed at the Metropolitan Opera House at age 8 with the likes of Placido Domingo.
Deb also appeared on tv commercials, some
community theatre and started recording music at age 12, which she was signed to Atlantic
Records in 1986 at age 16.
After her "Electric Youth" fizzled, she became a successful stage actress
who appeared on musicals like
"Les Miserables", "Grease", and "Cabaret". She still releases good albums like
"Think With Your Heart" & "MYOB" despite
not being on a major label anymore. Though unfortunately, most
people still think of her as the '80's pop princess.
young pop acts like Britney Spears
, Lindsay Lohan
, and even Ashley Tisdale
, she actually has talent and is more focused on her career
as an actress & singer instead of getting attention for nothing. Not to mention
that she still looks great
without looking like a human Barbie
doll like Pamela Anderson