Deborah Page

Deborah Page


New and fresh. Deborah Page moves you. Haunting vocals with heavy guitar riffs keeps fans captivated. A unique sound that stays in your head for weeks. Just awesome music. Page is a rising star in the Northwest. Her connection to the crowd is instant. Fans walk away amazed. Finally music that feels


Deborah Page is a breath of fresh air in today's music scene. Just like an emotion, the music is difficult to describe and defies categorization. It is best described as a combination of melodic rock, funk, folk, and beats with haunting electric guitar and vocals that will find a place deep inside of you and stay there.

The band is made up of equal parts Deborah Page and Paul Uhl. Deborah has played guitar since the age of seven. At the age of twelve she moved to Juarez, Mexico where her musical ability flourished. It wasn't until 2005 when she met band mate Paul Uhl, that the sound of Deborah Page was born.

Paul Uhl has been a guitar player and music producer since the age of 18. Early on Paul had to rely on conventional music creation equipment, which taught him important techniques rather than relying on computer programs. Focusing on the elements of music such as timing, tone, and structure, Paul proved to be exactly what Deborah needed. And Deborah, being a song writing genius and incredible singer, proved to be exactly what Paul needed. It is truly a match made in heaven.

It wasn't until the summer of 2007 when a friend of theirs, Dave Graham, suggested that they do something with it. That was the moment the Deborah Page machine was put into gear. In late November 2007 an album with fifteen original songs was released by the duo. On December 31st, 2007, at First Night, the New Year's Eve celebration for downtown Tacoma, they played their first two shows. They received an incredible response from the room of about 400 people. Throughout the show a lot of people were moved to tears.

The months that followed have been increasingly successful for a band that is taking off like a rocket, including performances in a range of venues stretching from Portland to Seattle. Including four shows at the popular Jazzbones in Tacoma. In July 2008 Deborah Page found herself on the cover of City Arts Magazine. A coveted spot amongst the who's who of Tacoma. They began the year playing four or five shows a month and ended the summer of 2008 with ten shows in the month of August. They also ended the summer selling their 750th album! Not bad considering the album has only been out for nine months!

Their influences are as wide ranging as their own music style. Bands such as VAST, Sarah McLachlan, Pink Floyd, Tori Amos, James, Pearl Jam, David Bowie, Tears For Fears, The Cure, Love and Rockets, Marjorie Fair, and U2, only cap a long list of influences. Deborah and Paul pull a little bit from each of these bands and mix that with the experiences, pain, and joy of life and out of that comes the music that is Deborah Page.


Stay is currently being played on KWDB as well as tough and mary mack. Have had Seattle airplay on 103.7 the mountain. We have one CD out called "FOR". We are currently on itunes, amazon, cd baby, napster and several others.

Set List

luisa's song
mary mack
you and me
walking down the sidewalk
like before
for you
you don't love me
Sets are from 45 minutes to 2 hours.