About

Singer-Songwriter and Producer, Deb Ferrara, has a knack for a memorable chorus and sweet layered vocals. Her new EP, Breathe, is available now.

Ferrara's music can be heard in  film, TV and advertising projects, including MTV, Paramount, Time Warner and Ricola, and more recently on HBO’s The Righteous Gemstones.

In addition to writing, recording, producing and working with up-and-coming artists, Ferrara founded and hosted several showcases - the long-running series, NJ Songwriters in the Round (Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ), Girls Night Out at the legendary Bitter End in New York and she co-hosted the New Jersey chapter of the national series, Chick Singer Night.

During this time she released Anything But Ordinary, an original album that garnered rave reviews and won her a spot to showcase at the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Twice Ferrara was invited to Austin to showcase her music at SXSW.

Ferrara's lifelong connection with music began at five years old with “Christmas Time (is Near),” a Christmas record that climbed to #35 on the charts. At the age of 12 she started playing guitar, by 16 she was writing her own music, and at 18 Ferrara recorded and co-produced Go Away, a five-song EP that won two Billboard songwriting awards and the attention of Chrysalis Records. 

Aware of music’s power to make a difference, Ferrara founded Songs for the Cause, a sold-out concert series that raised breast cancer awareness and money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.  Later, after witnessing first-hand the impact of Musicians on Call, she also organized a concert to benefit the artists who tirelessly went room-to-room in hospitals to entertain patients when they most needed it.  Top local talent donated their passion and time to make these concerts such a huge success, and celebrities including U2’s Edge, B.B. King, Melissa Etheridge, Carole King, Pink, Beyoncé, Bon Jovi, and Bonnie Raitt donated autographed items for auction.

Ferrara has been written up in various online and print publications, including Billboard, The New York Times, More and Musical Discoveries. ASCAP featured her in an Audio Portrait for its website. She is the President of More Good Music Publishing and previously served as Vice President of Women in Music, Inc. She is currently working on new music with long-time collaborator and acclaimed record producer, Askold Buk.  

Take a look around and browse through the selections featured on the music pages if you're in need of music for your upcoming project.  If you don't see a track that fits your requirements perfectly, do enquire.  The team can write to suit with quick turn around, or source what you need from our expansive community of writer/producers. 

"One thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain."Bob Marley