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Devon Allman

Devon Allman
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No one can bring the house down quite like Devon Allman. With his soaring guitar licks, unique vocals that straddle the border between blues, rock and country, songs that touch upon the pulse of zen positivity and real deal life and love situations, Allman can rock hard, rouse up a crowd and become your best friend all within the span of a two hour concert. There are not many musicians out there that can do all this and not get lost in their own ego but Allman does it effortlessly. Allman is a believer in the power of real music. With only guitars, via himself and Bobby Schneck Jr, some bass and drums courtesy of Steve Duerst and Anthony Nanney, the music he brought to the Lava Cantina stage in Baton Rouge last week was passionate and full of crowd-connecting hymns. With a set filled up mostly by his own tunes, it proves that not all non-superstar bands have to fall upon covers to meat up their concerts to please the crowd in front of them. What this young man had to offer was good enough to have them cheering, dancing, singing and calling for more. “You have to always bring it,” Allman told me during his first interview in Glide in 2010. “Even if ten people came, they paid their money, they came to get lost from their world for a couple of hours and you always give it. Always. It’s always about the people.”   With support from the excellent 'Curse of Lomo'

Tuesday 09th May Doors Open 7.30pm

£12.50 per ticket

(subject to booking fee)

No one can bring the house down quite like Devon Allman. With his soaring guitar licks, unique vocals that straddle the border between blues, rock and country, songs that touch upon the pulse of zen positivity and real deal life and love situations, Allman can rock hard, rouse up a crowd and become your best friend all within the span of a two hour concert. There are not many musicians out there that can do all this and not get lost in their own ego but Allman does it effortlessly.

Allman is a believer in the power of real music. With only guitars, via himself and Bobby Schneck Jr, some bass and drums courtesy of Steve Duerst and Anthony Nanney, the music he brought to the Lava Cantina stage in Baton Rouge last week was passionate and full of crowd-connecting hymns. With a set filled up mostly by his own tunes, it proves that not all non-superstar bands have to fall upon covers to meat up their concerts to please the crowd in front of them. What this young man had to offer was good enough to have them cheering, dancing, singing and calling for more. “You have to always bring it,” Allman told me during his first interview in Glide in 2010. “Even if ten people came, they paid their money, they came to get lost from their world for a couple of hours and you always give it. Always. It’s always about the people.”

 

With support from the excellent 'Curse of Lomo'

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