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“Debbie Boyd held the ear and eye whenever she appeared or had a solo. Both newcomers were good value and Boyd came close to stealing the show."
The Stage [June 2001]

“The stars – soulful Gwen Dickey, formerly lead singer with hitmakers Rose Royce, and smoky-voiced Limahl who was frontman for the chart-topping Kajagoogoo in the 80s – are ably supported by the sexy Debbie Boyd, who revealed that she was born in Inverness but must have left at a very early age or we would all have noticed her shapely form, long legs and big blonde hair. Boyd, who indulged in some dirty dancing on a bluesy ‘Hound Dog’ and Donna Summer’s ‘Hot Stuff’, also delivered the goods on ‘Out Here On My Own’, the big ballad from “Fame”.
Inverness Courier [July 2001]

“…they shared the stage with the very talented Debbie Boyd, who did a particularly raunchy version of Elvis’ Hound Dog among many other songs.”
Darlington Evening Gazette [May 2001]

“…many of the songs were belted out magnificently by rising theatre star Debbie Boyd.”
Kentish Times [June 2001]
“Debbie possesses a wonderful voice.”
Jim Gellatly, Aberdeen Evening Express Music Critic

“Debbie Boyd took the title role this year and despite a throat infection making even talking difficult before the show, she gave a compelling performance and her pizzazz, great looks and stage charisma made her a perfect choice for a principal boy.”
Encore Magazine, February 2001 on “Dick Whittington” at The Kings Theatre, Edinburgh.

“As the opening chords of the title number blare out across the arena, a stunning mystery woman takes to the stage, beaming from ear to ear. Shimmying down the skeletal stairs that form the centrepiece of the set, Boyd delivered the majority of the highlights, her vibrant voice tingling the spine throughout Out Here On My Own.”
Edinburgh Evening News [April 2001]

“Dean Hussain and Debbie Boyd provided strong, charismatic support. Both are big talents to watch out for.”
Bradford Telegraph [May 2001]

Other Testimonials (The Debbie Boyd Band)

"Dear Debbie, I write to formally acknowledge the terrific performance that you and your band members gave last Saturday at the West Norfolk Medical Ball. It was a first for me to see so many more people dancing than sitting down when you started to play! Debbie, your interaction with the guests was electric; your stage (and floor) presence is A1. This week at work so many people have told me what a great time they had and how much they enjoyed the music. Please pass on our appreciation to your fellow performers. Yours sincerely, Jim Jeffrey"
West Norfolk Medical Ball

"We were absolutely blown away by how good the band was and the lead singer Debbie made the celebration a party by getting everyone participating and up on the dance floor. The choice of songs was perfect and the version of “You’re Beautiful” by James Blunt was wonderful – we are very grateful for the band learning this one for us."
Amanda Vanstone, Bride