November 11, 2015       JP Hops House, Houston, TX
November 12, 2015      
 The Anderson Fair, Houston TX​
November 13, 2015       Private Event, Houston TX
November 14,  2015      
House Concert, Houston, TX
November 15, 2015       
Live on KPFT: Songwriter's Studio

February 13-14, 2016    Calico Ghost Town Civil War                                                            Reenactment w/ Eric Uglum

September 14, 2016     Northville Winery, Northville, MI
September 15, 2016     The New Vintage, Louisville, KY
September 16, 2016     Commonwealth Tap, Prospect, KY

September 17, 2016     Left Plus Right Studio, Nashville, TN 
September 18, 2016     Lexington, KY
September 19, 2016     Columbus, OH
October 1-2 , 2016       Calico Ghost Town, Yermo CA

New album "Waiting on the Wind"

featuring Neal Casal and Ron Block

In a few short years, singer-songwriter Debby Clinkenbeard has gone from a dedicated dreamer performing for tourists on the streets of a California ghost town, to having released 2 full-length albums and gone on several tours on both coasts. The latest album not only features 10 new original songs, but also boasts a guest appearance by twenty-two times Grammy Award winning Bluegrass phenom Ron Block (Alison Krauss & Union Station) and prominently features Neal Casal (Ryan Adams, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, The Hard Working Americans) on every song singing sweet harmonies and offering his signature guitar sound. While her debut album (Winter Trees) is more Bluegrass inspired, the new album could be called the Grateful Dead meets Alt-Country with a bit of Bluegrass for good measure. She has performed at venues such as The Knitting Factory in NYC, a long-term residency at Calico Ghost Town Regional Park in CA and, legendary Texas venue, The Anderson Fair. She has also been heard across the country on FM and Sirius radio with live appearances on several nationally syndicated radio shows. Quietly sweeping through towns and winning fans over with her insightful songwriting and warm, authentic vocals, it’s easy to tell this is more about the music than fame.