Tag Archives: Judy Garland

Richard Skipper Celebrates Internet Singing Sensation Debbie Wileman Direct from London

Good show with “Mr. NY Broadway and Cabaret”, Richard Skipper with singer/impressionist Debbie Wileman.

Singer/Impressionist Debbie Wileman Sings “I’m Nobody’s Baby” as Judy Garland

The talented singer/impressionist Debbie Wileman sings as Judy Garland from one of the Andy Hardy movies.

Singer/Impressionist Debbie Wileman aka “Judy Garland” Sings “Hello Bluebird”

Talented singer/impressionist Debbie Wileman as Judy Garland sings “Hello Bluebird” from the film “I Could Go On Singing”

Singer/Impressionist Debbie Wileman sings as Judy Garland in “Meet Me In St. Louis”

Talented singer and impressionist Debbie Wileman as a young Judy Garland in “Meet Me In St. Louis”

Singer/Impressionist Debbie Wileman as Judy Garland

Debbie Wileman continues her popular song of the day videos on YouTube and Facebook. Here’s another classic “Judy Garland” performance:

“Big Band Files” Guest Singer/Impressionist Debbie Wileman

Internet sensation Debbie Wileman, who’s Song a Day videos on Facebook and YouTube have garnered tremendous response during the past 3 months joins Doug Miles for a conversation about her singing and impressions and some of her recent performances are spotlighted including her Judy Garland, Doris Day, Julie Andrews and Barbara Streisand impressions and her newest duet with Billy Stritch.

“Talk Across America” Guest Singer Impressionist Debbie Wileman

Doug Miles talks with singer/impressionist Debbie Wileman who has become an Internet sensation with her “Song a Day” videos where she sings and does incredible impressions of singing legends such as Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey, Julie Andrews, Doris Day and others.

Debbie Wileman aka Judy Garland Sings “Zing Went the Strings of My Heart”

Singer Debbie Wileman Sings a Tribute to Judy Garland as Judy on her birthday

The legendary Judy Garland would’ve been 98 today. Despite her troubles, she left a great legacy of performances, particularly from her 1963-64 TV show.