Indie Rocker Deborah Vial Returns to Dallas Roots

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With her soulful and seasoned sound, indie rocker Deborah Vial returned to her North Texas roots.

“I started singing in the church, and then into the gay bars,” Vial explained. “From there, into concert venues. I traveled the world with USO tours.”

Vial is no stranger to the stage; she’s opened and toured with the likes of Train,Chicago and Dan Fogelberg.

“I just traveled a lot, got burned out eventually,” Vial recalled. “But now, we’re traveling again. We went to Germany last year because the largest female festival occurs on the Baltic Sea.”

Vial moved to Maui where she finds inspiration in nature, and reflection in her serene surroundings.

On Saturday, she stepped back on stage for a special homecoming show at the House of Blues in Dallas.

“I get Facebook messages, please comeback to Dallas. It’s so sweet because I love coming to Texas, I do. I love everything about this place.”

A place that still strikes a chord with the singer and her fans.

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