Deborah Allen

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Deborah Allen

American country music singer add

Category: Music

Born in 1953.

Countries: United States (60%), Tennessee (40%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Shannon Brown (singer), Billboard Hot 100, Jim Reeves

Linked to: Capitol Records, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones




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Deborah Allen was born in 1953 add something


Since 1976, Allen has issued 12 albums and charted 14 singles on the "Billboard" Hot Country Songs chart, most notably the 1983 crossover hit "Baby I Lied" which reached No. 4 on the country charts and No. 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 add something


In 1979, while singing at a private party, Deborah was discovered by producer Bud Logan, who invited her to sing on five unfinished duet tracks by the late country legend Jim Reeves add something


Her debut album for the label was 1980's "Trouble in Paradise add something


In 1980, Allen signed with Capitol Records add something


In 1983, Deborah moved to RCA Records, where she achieved her greatest success, releasing the album "Cheat the Night add something


Shannon Brown (singer) - The first of these, a song titled "Baby I Lied," was a cover of Deborah Allen's Top 5 hit single from 1983


Allen followed the crossover hit with the country single "I've Been Wrong Before," which went to No. 1 on the Cashbox country chart in the spring of 1984 add something


In 1984, Allen made the charts once again with "Heartache and a Half" add something


" The first single from the album became Allen's signature song, "Baby I Lied," which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard country chart and crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 26 in January 1984 add something


In 1987, Allen released her last single for RCA, "You're the Kind of Trouble add something


In 1987, encouraged by her label, RCA, to explore and expand her musical horizons, Allen released a single penned by Prince , under the alias Joey Coco, called "Telepathy add something


In addition to Allen's personal albums, Deborah contributed to the soundtrack of the 1993 film "The Thing Called Love" add something


Soon, the ever tenacious Allen was able to make a deal with Giant Records to release the album under their label in 1993 add something


Allen's 1994 album, "All That I Am", which was co-produced by Deborah and label head, James Stroud, was well received with her single release"Break These Chains" add something


Shannon Brown (singer) - In her career, she has charted four singles on the "Billboard" country charts, with her highest-charting single being a 2002 cover of Deborah Allen's "Baby I Lied," at number 40


Her new album was released through Delta Rock Records and GMV Nashville on August 16, 2011 add something


Allen co-wrote "Your Loss" with Savannah Maddison in 2012, which was the 11-year old's first song add something


In 2013, she released her first Christmas album, "Rockin' Little Christmas", through Weblast Records, and done Christmas shows at the Fontanel Mansion in Nashville, TN, that same year add something


On March 22, 2019, Bill Lee, Governor of the State of Tennessee officially designated June 5, 2019 as a Day of Recognition to honor legendary country music artist Deborah Allen add something