|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Don't Let Him Shop Around / A New Girl||2||Audio||1961||Motown|
|2||Don’t Let Him Shop Around / A New Girl||2||Audio||1961||Motown|
|3||Everybody's Talking About My Baby / I Cried All Night||2||Audio||1962-03-00||Motown|
|4||Itsy Bitty Pity Love / But I'm Afraid||2||Audio||1961||Motown|
Rhythm 'n' blues singer - songwriter
Born on 1 February 1928 In Corbin, Kentucky
Died on 17 February 2001in Ojai, California
Also known as Penny Smith (solo or as [a=Penny & The Eko's]), Debbie Stevens and Debbie Deane.
In 1961 Debbie Dean was the first white singer to sign with [l=Motown]. She released three singles with the company during 1961 and 1962, before disappearing from public view for a couple of years. In 1966 she met [a=Deke Richards] who had recently signed with Motown and joined him as a writing partner, thus returning to the company she had left four years earlier. One single was also released on the [l=V.I.P.] subsidiary in 1968, before leaving again in 1969.