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Meet Devon Gilfillian, the powerful R&B/soul-inspired singer-songwriter who is making waves through the music world. His powerful voice, electric performances, and amazing songwriting have endeared him to countless new fans across the world. He’s toured with Anderson East, Gladys Knight, Mavis Staples, Brothers Osborne, and many more. And now his new album Black Hole Rainbow has been released into the wild!
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We asked Devon a few questions about his musical upbringing, life on the road, and more. Read on to get to know him better!
The first vinyl that I ever owned was “Innervisions” by Stevie Wonder because I stole from my Dad.
KAYTRANADA, SiR, Nick Hakim, Kendrick Lamar, Michael Kiwanuka, Thundercat, Isaac Hayes, Brittany Howard.
Bob Marley was the one of the first
Under a shady palm tree on a beach near Los Angeles.
Primus at the Tabernacle in Atlanta.
My acoustic, headphones, Yerba maté, a good book, and good blankey.
I’m very fond of Austin, Texas.
We got hit by a drunk driver and my life flashed before my eyes.
All of the artist which of whom I named above that I’m currently listening to definitely inspire the music I make. Falling in love inspires my music as well.
Right now it’s DAMN by Kendrick Lamar but I always go back to Electric Ladyland by Jimi Hendrix.