Debbie Zepick
As one friend described her, "Debbie Zepick is a wife, mother of 2, piano/voice teacher, home school teacher, praise and worship leader, recording artist, and a very gifted song writer. This artist has a love for God, and her music has a wide range of styles enabling almost any listener to be touched." Although she and her band do not attempt to "be" Celtic and do not use traditional instruments,  she has always had that comment made about her voice and musical style. One reviewer, in B.C. Christian News called her singing "transcendent" and said that "angels must sing like this."

Concerts
Debbie's music seeks to represent honestly the triumphs and struggles in life without diminishing God's power to change lives.  Debbie's concerts are designed to reflect her belief that God gave us a great capacity for joy and laughter.  For Debbie it is important to "express my total dependance on Him for everything. I believe that the world, without Jesus, is perishing and I want to show in every way I can that to be His is wonderful and joyful."

Accolades
American Song Festival - Honourable mention for the song "One More Day"

1993 Circumpolar Arctic Winter Games - Theme Song "Where the Trails Meet". Used in promotion and in the CBC Video

Guest Artist on "100 Huntley Street" and "It's a New Day" TV shows

1999 Winner of "Contemporary Song of the Year", Canadian Gospel Music Association

Nominee - 2000 Prairie Music Awards - Contemporary Christian Album of the Year

Nominee - 2002 Prairie Music Awards - Contemporary Christian Album of the Year

2002 Canadian Gospel Music Association Covenant Award - Inspirational Song of the Year



Quotes


"Stands out in my mind as one of the best.."
---- Steve, Wainwright, Alberta

"Unique, bubbly, honest.."
---- Rhonda, Red Deer, Alberta

"Thoroughly professional and extremely talented"
---- Owen, North Vancouver, BC

"A superb presentation, complemented by a tremendous sense of joy!"
---- Greg, Coquitlam, BC

"I enjoyed all the music but even more than that I was totally under your spell as you talked"
---- Karen, Vancouver, BC