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     The Burl, Lexington, KY
September 19, 2016     Three-Legged Mare, Columbus, OH
October 1-2 , 2016       Calico Ghost Town, Yermo CA
November 16, 2016      College Art Show, Barstow, CA
December 10, 2016      Joshua Tree Saloon, Joshua Tree, CA

​December 16, 2016      The Other Door, Burbank, CA
                                     Opening for The Running Jumps

January  18, 2017         Belcourt Taps, Nashville TN

​January  19, 2017         Cumberland Country on WCHQ 100.9 FM

January  20, 2017        Tim Faulkner Gallery, Louisville KY

                                   *Headlining w/ John Clay opening

January  21, 2017        Ball in the Basement #2 Danville, KY

                                   w/ The Local Honeys and The Compass Roses

January  28, 2017         D'Vine Wine, Victorville, CA

May 25, 2017                 Amnesia, San Francisco

                                    w/ Lauren Barth + Jesse Aycock

                                     and Chelsea Coleman, 

Full-length album 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 dusty streets of a California ghost town, to releasing two albums, with the latest being a dream realized. The latest offering not only features 10 new original songs, but also twenty-two times Grammy Award winning Bluegrass phenom Ron Block (Alison Krauss & Union Station) and prominently featuring Neal Casal (Ryan Adams, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, The Hard Working Americans) on every song singing 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 on both coasts and in-between 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. Quietly sweeping through towns and winning fans over with her insightful songwriting and warm, authentic vocals, it’s easy to tell this isn’t about fame. The intention is more about letting art itself prosper. After a short 2015 Texas tour in support of Waiting on the Wind, she will be embarking on a 5 state tour in fall of 2016 with stops in Ann Arbor, Columbus, Louisville, Lexington, and Nashville. 

Booking: Booking @ Debby Music dot Com