What you've heard about
Scorpio personalities is true. Why, it's a miracle they can
tolerate each other at all,
to say nothing of playing music
together! But it works!
Admirals in the Great Nebraska Navy
they ARE! But you don't have to salute.
And have multi-pet
households to prove it!
Undoubtedly this is the real key to
their success as a duo!
Gosh, doesn't everyone!!
Love to Read
And are voracious readers
of both serious
Have a Wicked
Sense of Humor
And have great fun
surprising each other during performances!
Get a Huge Kick Out of
Wee Brazen Hussie!
"Don't ask what the world
Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it.
Because what the world needs is people
who have come alive." ~ Howard Thurman
Deb is an Executive Assistant to both the Director and the
Marketing Director at Eastmont Towers Community in Lincoln.
She has performed folk and original songs in venues around Lincoln for a number of
years both as a single act, and as a member of successful
groups such as Womenfolk.
She is a
prolific songwriter, with her compositions running the gamut
from thought provoking to humorous. She has also collaborated
with her husband, Steve on several songs. Many of her compositions can be heard at
the Wee Brazen Hussies shows.
Deb, like Barb, suffers from MIS (multiple instrument
syndrome), although she has a milder form of the disease. She
believes Barb has just about enough instruments, and urges
her, apparently in vain, to take up a normal hobby, like
She is one dog year younger than Barb and never misses a chance to remind
her of the fact she is so-o-o much younger. In fact, she has
been known to encourage the audience to ask if it's a
is the Web Communication Officer for the Nebraska Department of
From January of 2003 through September of 2007, each Thursday
evening she produced and hosted KZUM's popular, "Celtic
Heartland", where she was known for her insightful interviews
and broad range of knowledge of Celtic music.
former member of the contra dance band, Hot Rosin, she is also
a Hussie songwriter, although most of her songs tend to be
about furry animals and medical procedures.
from MIS (multiple instrument syndrome). She is not
currently seeking a cure.
Barb thinks Deb needs lots more instruments, but she
appreciates the fine scarf Deb knit for her!
She is one dog year older than Deb and never misses a chance to use the
"older & wiser" line. And it's NOT a