Debbie Fancher
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Debbie Fancher


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The best kept secret in music


"A Labor Of Love"

“Only Human” CD released
For more information contact:
Debbie Fancher, 281-543-3195



It took Debbie Fancher two long years, but she’s thrilled to announce the release of her first CD “Only Human” featuring 10 contemporary Christian and inspiration songs. The Sugar Land, Tx resident drove to Dallas once a month to write, rehearse and record her music.

“It’s a labor love,” says the perky singer. “I wrote the lyrics most of the songs and then collaborated on the music.” In recognition of her heritage, Debbie sings one song in Spanish and another features bilingual lyrics.

She was born in Venezuela where she spent her first 10 years before coming to the States with her mother who is from the Rio Grande Valley. “I was such a ham when I was a kid,” she laughingly admits! “In fact, I don’t remember a time I wasn’t singing.”

The mini-songbird appeared for three years on a weekly television variety show in Caracas. “I was four years old and telling my mother I wanted to be on the show. She took me to auditions, and the next thing I know I’m a part of the show. It was the equivalent of The Lawrence Welk Show---only ours was for kids and teens. Believe it or not, the show is still a weekly feature on Venezuelan television!”

Her love of music helped her bridge the transition from South America to south Texas. “I was singing at weddings by the time I was 11, participating in school choirs and musicals and singing with a jazz band in high school. I also sang some jingles for radio commercials in the Valley.”

Her voice took a hiatus when she left for college. “It wasn’t until I started attending Parkway United Methodist Church in Sugar Land that I resumed my singing career seven years ago. I helped start the worship team when we were still meeting in a grade school. One thing led to another, and with lots of encouragement I launched my CD project.” Debbie admits now she didn’t know what she was getting into. “It was very stressful and joyful at the same time, not to mention the monthly drives to Dallas where my friends had a small home recording studio.”

Debbie credits her involvement at Parkway with “bringing so much more joy in singing to the Lord than at any other time in my life. As I drove to Dallas, I was praying am I doing the right thing? Every trip a song would come out of the drive. God was giving me the words to write these songs so I could share them.”

Sugar Land and Fort Bend County residents may have heard Debbie singing the Star Spangled Banner at the county rodeo the past two years. She also sang the national anthem at the last Memorial Day community celebration held at Oyster Creek Park.

“My CD has been gaining increased exposure since my December release concert. I also went back to my Texas roots and gave a concert in Harlingen at our old Methodist Church.” Debbie was recently interviewed on KKHT AM 1070 The Word’s talk show Under The Influence By Lee Porter and has some upcoming events through the summer.

Debbie and her husband, Karl, have two children, Justin, 8, and Julienna, 3. “Music has always played a big role in my life, and I love singing with my kids at home. Releasing this CD is unbelievable. I have so many people to thank for helping me accomplish it. I just can’t express my appreciation enough to this wonderful community for its great support.”

More information on Debbie’s “Only Human” CD can be found at her website For booking information, contact her at 281-543-3195.

- UpClose Magazine


Only Human is Debbie's debut album... It is Christian Contemporary and Inspirational...


Feeling a bit camera shy


Debbie Fancher has been singing since the tender age of four and her love for music continues to this day. She started singing in her birth country of Caracas, Venezuela in a weekly televised variety show called "Las Voces Blancas".
She moved to the US (her mother's home) and in her teen years she continued to sing in school choir, church, at weddings, with a jazz band and even for some local Rio Grande Valley radio jingles.
It wasn't until she discovered the true unconditional love that a life with Jesus Christ can provide that she discovered her gift of voice had to be given back to her Creator.
In "Only Human" Debbie tries to capture the essence of what being a Christian means to her and doesn't hesitate to admit that although she would like to be a perfect human being, she knows she can't.
Debbie also enjoys serving at her church by singing in the Worship band.