DeBerg left Miami one day after high school graduation and began carving her sound in the clubs of New York, where she built a strong and steady following. DeBerg was included in the third and final Lilith Fair, and she sang with punk troubadour Jonathan Richman (There's Something About Mary) on his album I'm So Confused. DeBerg also wrote and was featured in an article for Seventeen magazine depicting the realities of being a woman in the male-dominated rock scene.
DeBerg relocated to Los Angeles and was fortunate enough to have her songs featured on many TV shows. It was then that she put all her new recordings together and started her own indie label, Big Pea & A Dime Music! Tracks from that record were featured on The WB's Everwood and Jack & Bobby, MTV's Laguna Beach and The Hills, NBC's Scrubs (in which she also appeared once, as a singing nurse), and others.
DeBerg made her song "Gone" (from her album of the same name) available in millions of General Motors cars around the country when the song was digitally loaded into the dashboards of select GM cars as part of its digital mobile media package, powered by Phatnoise. She followed this with appearances at Borders Books locations and a tour of the West Coast of the United States.
DeBerg’s sophomore effort, the full-length Overwhelmed, was released on November 11, 2008.
DeBerg's song "Get Up & Go" was chosen by UEFA as the official song of the Under-21 Championship games that were held in Sweden in the summer of 2009. The song was played during every match leading up to finals, where she performed the song live at the new Swedbank Stadion.
DeBerg is married to the actor Jeffrey Muller.
- Overwhelmed (2008)
- Gone (2004)
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