Debbie Austin & Unity.
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Debbie Austin - The Voice.
Anything Is Possible is the third album by Debbie Gibson, released on November 20, 1990, under the Atlantic Records label. At the time of the album's release in late 1990, Gibson was 20 years old and the late-1980s teen pop wave was near its end. The album was Gibson's first to not reach the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart, peaking at in the United States. It sold many fewer copies than her previous two albums, Out of the Blue and Electric Youth, both of which had gone multi-platinum.
Debbie Austin (born February 1, 1948) is an American professional golfer. Austin was born in Oneida, New York. She first played on the LPGA Tour in 1968 and went on to win seven tournaments, including five in 1977 when she tied with Judy Rankin for most on tour. She won the Wills Qantas Australian Ladies Open in 1978. Her career was shortened by injury. She has held a variety of positions since the end of her tour career, including a stint as a coach for the Rollins College ladies' golf team in Winter Park, Florida