Deborah Gibson Biography
At the age of 12, Deborah Gibson composed another song entitled I Come from America. This song won the prize of 1,000 dollars in a song writing contest where she earned a lot of recognition. Deborah signed a management contract with Doug Breithart who assisted her on learning some instruments and taught her how to arrange and produce records.
While she was in high school, Deborah Gibson signed up with Atlantic Records and began working on her debut single entitled Only in My Dreams with producer Fred Zarr. Only In My Dreams was released in 1987 and was followed by Shake Your Love. Her singles became hits in Britain. Out of The Blue, her debut album was released in fall and has quickly reached the American Top Ten. She hastily became the youngest person to ever write, produce and perform hit singles that made it to the top. Deborah has sold over 16 million albums worldwide and composed more that 200 songs.
Deborah Gibsons Foolish Beat became another hit as it reached the top of the charts again. This single gave her the recognition of being a household name. She made another album Electric Youth with number from which the smash hit single Lost In Your Eyes was released. Deborah came back to doing Broadway performances in 1992 where she played the roles of Eponine in Les Miserables. She went to London too and played the role of Sandy in the West End production of Grease.
In 1993, Deborah Gibson recorded another album entitled Body Mind and Soul. This was followed by some more successful recording stage stints. She also played Belle in the Disneys classic Beauty and The Beast which is followed by her critically acclaimed performance as Gypsy Rose Lee in Betty Buckleys Mama Rose in Gypsy at the Paper Mill Playhouse.
After Deborah Gibson parted ways with her mother studio EMI, she formed her owned label for releasing her original materials. In the year 2005, she posed nude on the March issue of Playboy Magazine coinciding the release of her song Naked.