Debbie Jacobs

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Debbie Jacobs
Origin Baltimore, Maryland
United States
Genres Disco
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1979–present
Labels MCA Records

Debbie Jacobs is an American singer (born November 10, 1955 in Baltimore, Maryland) who had several Disco hits.[1] Her biggest chart hit was "High on Your Love," which climbed to #70 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1980. The song, along with "Hot Hot (Give It All You Got)" went to #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. Other 1970s hits included, "Don't You Want My Love" and "Undercover Lover", which are her best-known hit singles. She enjoyed a second #1 dance hit in 2000 in a new version of her 1970s club hit song "Don't You Want My Love" (as Debbie Jacobs-Rock), produced by Rosabel.

Undercover Lover album was released in 1979 (MCA Records).

Other famous disco/club-era tracks performed by Debbie Jacobs include "Doctor Music" and "Maybe This Time", the latter of which is now a rare record and has been known to fetch high asking prices.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Debbie Jacobs. disco-disco.com 2010. Retrieved July 17, 2011.

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