Debby BooneDebby Boone was born in Hackensack, New Jersey the third of four daughters born to singer Pat Boone. Debbie's big hit 'You Light Up My Life' was released in 1977 and was No. 1 on the charts for ten consecutive weeks. She also was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Performance- Female Record of The Year in 1977.
Debbie's success led to a tour with her father and frequent television appearances. She then began to focus on Country music and recorded a number of songs that made the Country charts. Debbie has also appeared in musical stage productions and acted in a number of television productions.
Debby Boone's first Concord Records release, Reflections of Rosemary, is an intimate musical portrait of her mother-in-law, the legendary singer Rosemary Clooney. The CD is a collection of 14 tunes distinguished by Boone's strong, striking vocal talents and a very personal, emotionally rich story line. "I wanted to select songs that would give an insight into Rosemary from a family perspective, and from the more than 30 years that I spent with her," says Boone. Although some songs were either recorded or often performed on stage by the "Girl Singer," including Irving Berlin's "Blue Skies," Duke Ellington's "Mood Indigo," and Sammy Cahn/ Jule Styne's "Time After Time".