Songwriter/Producer/Singer/Hull Music


About Hull Music

All music you hear in the vid down below is created during Dutch Writers Camp. Debora won an Award ‘Best Talent’ DWC out of 2000 contestants and out of the 10 final winners.

Hull Music is the company name of songwriter & producer Debbie Hulskamp. Together with her husband Ron Lammers, who is a sound-engineer as well has his own company, they are the perfect team to produce lots of new music unleashed to the world.

Just when Debbie (Debora) was starting to focus on her song-writing skills, the Dutch Writers Camp contest crossed her path by winning the Buma/Stemra ‘Best Talent’ Award 2009, by writing a song for Eva Simons (Afrojack). From then on she knew that she was heading in the right direction of becoming a professional songwriter, composer and producer.

2018 - Signed for an album of Quirky Comical Instrumental Cues by a major record company based in Australia.

2017 - present: Releasing Instrumental Lullabies on a regular base. Check

Another song-placement, this time in TV-show called ‘Better Things’.

2016 - First song-placement in a Movie/TV Show. Read more on my News page.

2016 - First tracks placed on AudioJungle (corporate music, TV/Radio ads)

2013 - Thanks to TAXI Music - First song signed at L.A. based Publishing company.

2012 - Ron and ‘Debora’ started recording and producing music.

First song to be released in April 2013 was Debs Motown-single ‘Love Is A Mystery’ with her ladies vocal-group MISSTRI.

2011 - Camera acting class, Summer-school, at RJB Studio Netherlands.

Starting March 2010 ‘Debora’ writes her own column called ‘Tips for songwriters’ In Dutch musicians magazine ‘Bandcoach’.

At the age of 12 Debbie took classical piano lessons although she didn’t own a piano by then, her neighbors were so kind to let her practice on their piano until she had saved enough money to buy her own. In the end she was given an old piano by friends who were glad to get rid of that nasty honky tonk monster.

Debbie’s vocal career started by singing and piano-playing in her mums Pentecostal Church and she loved it so much she decided to study music, Jazz vocals, at the Hilversums Conservatory. She started working as a professional singer in the ‘Belushi Memorial Blues Brothers Band’ singing Aretha Franklin songs, and later on as a free-lance singer in different bands. In the 90’s she became a member of a Funk-Rock band she named ‘WIZNIZ’ in which Debbie wrote songs and recorded their CD ‘What It Iz’.

She further went on to develop her singing skills thanks to the co-operation of a variety of musicians, both ‘live’ performances and studio gigs, in different styles of music such as: Jazz, Musical, Pop, Rock and Soul.

Throughout her career Debbie has developed an entertaining stage personality and has performed internationally in countries such as Oman, Syria, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Norway, Germany, Spain - Ibiza and many more.