|Genres:||Action & Adventure Movies Comedy Movies Electronic & Ambient Holiday & Seasonal Horror Movies Pop / Rock R&B / Soul Sci-Fi / Fantasy Movies|
|Tags:||80s pop female vocalists dance bubblegum pop|
|Decades:||1980s 1990s 2000s|
|Links:||Lyrics Official Homepage VIAF Wikipedia|
Deborah Ann Gibson, 31 August 1970, Brooklyn, New York, USA. This pop singer generated massive sales in the late 80s, particularly in her homeland. Following training in piano and early songwriting ventures, Gibson was signed to the management of Doug Breithart by the time she was 13 years old. The following three years saw her apprenticeship in recording studios as she produced and wrote over 100 original compositions, mostly in her own multi-track home studio. Before leaving school, she had signed to Atlantic Records and was only turned down for the lead role in a US production of Les Misérables when the producers discovered her age. By the end of 1987, she emerged alongside a rash of female teenage singers in the US charts, hitting number 4 twice with Only In My Dreams and Shake Your Love. Her songwriting status and production involvement on Out Of The Blue was duly noted by critics. When Foolish Beat topped the charts...