Deborah Bianchi , the woman behind ThunderBeat, is best known for her extraordinary drumming, but is also an accomplished composer, teacher and sound healer. Deborah Bianchi has toured with national and international artists on CBS and A&M Records for over two decades.
Deborah Bianchi, also known as ThunderBeat, is a Native Choctaw Indian born and raised in Rochester, New York.
She has studied at Eastman School of Music in Rochester N.Y. and has performed with Steven Halpern, Nammy Winner Robert Mirabal and
William Two Feather, Gregg Braden, Minds Eye, The Chris Anderson Band, Brooke Medicine Eagle, and Ani Williams.
ThunderBeat has researched and studied sound frequency therapy since 1995. She furthered advanced her unique sound healings technique after being spiritual initiated in the Great Pyramids of Egypt.
Deborah Bianchi / ThunderBeat also embraces a large variety of hand drums that include dumbek, congas, timbales, ashiko, bongos, talking drum, djembe, Djun Djuns, and plays a large variety of styles such as funk, rock , modern jazz, african, middle eastern, native Indian, Egyptian, India, Tibetan styles, world beat, new age, tribal, and trance dance.
Deborah Bianchi / ThunderBeat is now known internationally for her solo projects. Her latest CD "Chakra Journey" is being used world wide by yoga centers, massage therapists, healing centers and holistic practitioners.