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Devon Allman Marks His Return With New Album "Miami Moon"

Written By: Big C


Grandson of legendary Gregg Allman and son of Dickey Betts, on August 16 Devon Allman, is back with his first solo album in eight years. Titled Miami Moon, this much-anticipated release showcases Devon’s exceptional talents and his ability to weave various musical influences into a cohesive and soulful experience. The album features a stellar line-up of musicians, including George Porter Jr. of The Meters on bass, Ivan Neville on keyboards, Adam Deitch of Lettuce on drums, Karl Denson on saxophone, and Jackson Stokes on guitar. Produced by the multi-Grammy winner Tom Hambridge, "Miami Moon" is set to be a masterpiece. Devon Allman expressed his excitement about this project, saying:

Making the Miami Moon record with these legendary musicians has been a high point of my career. They brought these songs to life with their masterful playing and timeless feels. As for the approach, a couple things were different this time: First, writing the songs on bass guitar was a first for me and allowed the grooves to be the main focus. Also, letting go of some previous, limiting thought processes allowed some of my other influences to enter the chat for the first time such as Curtis Mayfield, Sade, The Cure, Steely Dan…among others. I believe you can hear some flourishes of those true loves on this album.

Recorded at the historic Criteria Studios in Miami, "Miami Moon" promises a blend of past and future sounds under the vibrant Miami skies. Alongside the album announcement, the first single White Horse and its official music video will premiere later on today exclusively via Relix, before its worldwide release on June 7. Devon Allman will also be touring globally to promote the album, starting with a show in State College, PA. Don’t miss the chance to experience Devon Allman's new musical journey by pre-order "Miami Moon" now. Catch up with Devon Allman on X, YOUTUBE, and INSTAGRAM.

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