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Davies became lead guitarist for Fingers Taylor and the Ladyfinger Revue, which functioned as the opening act on Jimmy Buffett's "Outpost" tour In the summer of 1991. She conceived her own band In September 1991, and in 1993, she came out with her solo debut release, Picture This, which featured a anaglyph in appearance by Collins on "I Wonder Why." On her follow-up album, 1994's Loose Tonight, Davies hung around intimately to her blues format but gradually started diversifying her range on her 1997 release, I've Got That Feeling, which featured duets with longtime guitar colleague Coco Montoya, Louisiana Blues guitarist Tab Benoit and Albert Collins alumni. Soon after a year, she recorded Grand Union with Otis Grand and Anson Funderburgh. Davies has won the W.C. Handy Award for best contemporary female blues artist in 1997 and has been nominated seven times for a W. C. Handy Award.

On her 1998 release Round Every Corner , she bifurcated stylistically, only to plunge back as the belligerent guitar player on 1999's Tales from the Austin Motel, a collaboration with the Double Trouble rhythm arrangement of drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon that earned her a W.C. Handy nomination. Davies was featured on Telarc's Homesick for the Road, a heavyweight blues summit with guitarists Kenny Neal and Tab Benoit, also in 1999.

Davies returned home to her regular working band of drummer Don Castagno and bassist Alan J. Hager on Love the Game which was produced by seasoned blues veteran and fellow guitarist Duke Robillard in 2001. Davies' was enhanced by special guest appearances from Robillard, Jay Geils, pianist Bruce Katz, saxophonists Doug James and Sax Gordon Beadle and Coco Montoya. Her Key to Love: A Celebration of the Music of John Mayall was released in 2003. All I Found, Davies' Telarc debut, released inJune 2005. Her eighth excursion as front woman finds the guitarist/singer/songwriter at the top of her game on an album of all-original material crafted by Davies and songwriting partner Don Costagno. She also continues to record and perform live shows.
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Born in 1952 in Los Angeles, CA, Debbie Davies had an early on start to the music scene through her musician parents (her father wrote arrangements for Ray Charles and made sessions with Frank Sinatra and Pearl Bailey). She started to play in blues and rock ‘n' roll bands in the San Francisco Bay Area before she got back to Los Angeles in 1984. A year later in Maggie Mayall and the Cadillacs, an all female R&B band led by the wife of British blues pioneer John Mayall, she got to play as the lead guitarist. She was inscribed into Albert Collins & the Icebreakers for three years was featuring as a guitarist in 1988, performing every night along with one of the most progressive blues legends of all time. She featured on Collins' 1991 Grammy-nominated self-titled release for Point Blank/Virgin Records.

Davies is best known for her work with Albert Collins as a member of his band, the Icebreakers besides her solo work. Along the years, she has collaborated with several well known artists such as Tommy Shannon & Chris Layton (aka Double Trouble), Coco Montoya, Jay Geils and Duke Robillard.