Biography

Deborah Kline-Iantorno was born in New York to a Jewish German-Polish father, and a Puerto Rican mother. Deborah along with her husband Vince were accomplished secular musicians, She is the voice of many TV and radio commercials such as Seven Up, C&H sugar and many others.   After family tragedies, during their first church service, both Deborah and Vince gave their lives to the Lord, and began to serve together as worship leaders. Several years later they attended a Messianic Congregation and finally felt at home. That’s when they began to lead worship with a Messianic perspective, writing Holy Spirit led praise and worship songs, weaving together Deborah’s heart felt vocals and Vince’s very accomplished and inspiring guitar playing unto Yeshua their Messiah and savior.
 
They have recorded five solo albums (two of which are in Spanish) and received an international award for their song “Dancin’ in the New Jerusalem”. They have travelled throughout the US, Australia, Canada and recently served alongside Integirty’s recording artist, Paul Wilbur in Cuba. They minister in both churches and Messianic congregations. They are also the founders of “Shir Chadash Ministries” (A New Song). They are also on the Board of advisors of Israel Food Outreach which provides food for hungry in Israel.