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"100 Miles From Home", Best Blues Song by the Akademia Awards!
'Devin Leigh’s foot-stomping tune is filled with stylishly phrased vocal gambits and expertly distributed group dynamics - both crucial for this style of music.' The Akademia
Devin Leigh has been cast as Buir Quin, lead role in the new Sci Fi podcast series, Transmissons. The series is the creation of Hollywood director Stewart St John. Known for his long list of work on hit shows such as The PowerRangers, The Incredible Hulk, the Disney film Seventeen Again, and many others. It's a compelling drama with a totally unique twist! Airing on the Paudkast network in February.
Click on the picture to hear the exciting trailer, featuring Devin's song, "100 Miles from Home"!
Now on Pandora!
Devin's solo album, "Chants and Incantations" made it to the first round ballot of the 58th Grammy Awards in the Americana category! "Beautiful Mistake", up for best Instrumental Composition!
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"A Beautiful Mistake" ranked #3 in the nation for best Americana song on Grammy Amplifier!
The Fort Worth Weekly writes-
"The gnarly beat of a bass drum and powerful hemorrhage of a bottleneck slide on a resonator guitar kicks off in fine style this third album by Fort Worth’s Devin Leigh. The singer-songwriter is a one-man wrecking crew at live performances, and his new set of bluesy self-penned songs provides plenty of opportunity to show off his instrumental wizardry. I imagine people have heard Leigh playing in bars over the years and thought, “Man, this guy is good. Why isn’t he a star?”
Devin Leigh is a singer/songwriter/
guitarist/one man band based in Fort Worth, TX. He has played guitar on multiple hit songs including: "Blood Red Lincoln", which ranked #1 on the Texas Music Chart; "Last Last Time", ranking in the top #9 on the National Americana Chart, and also on Newsweek's Top 10 Buzz Worthy Songs of the Year; "Finger on the Trigger", which earned the #3 spot on CMT's Top 12 Countdown; "The Future Ain't What it Used to Be", #18 on Billboard; and "Bleu Edmondson, Live At Billy Bobs" DVD, winner of the Gruene With Envy Award. Devin was also featured on Pat Green's "Carry On" album along with other guests like Willie Nelson and David Grissom. Winner, 95,9 the Ranch Pickin Party.
John Knuston, (legendary guitar maker with clients like the Grateful Dead and Bonnie Raitt) wrote, "Devin, your music speaks to me. You've got it going on with the level of touring, great website, product endorsements, etc., I wish you the best of luck". Billy Vera who sang the theme to "The King of Queens", wrote "Good work Devin! You have my vote!".
Devin and his wife Becky also own Stage Notes School of Music. Stage Notes has enrolled over 200 students!
Catch him at one of the 15-20 shows a month he plays at some of the most exciting venues in Texas!
The Fort Worth Star Telegram writes-"Devin Leigh, the Fort Worth singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and co-owner of Hurst’s Stage Notes Music School, has released his third solo album, Chants and Incantations, and it is ripped right from the guts of his home state. A heady brew of blues, Southern rock and rockabilly, Leigh’s songs, produced by Aaron Carpenter at Dallas’ fifty50studios, ride greasy guitar riffs — 100 Miles From Home practically scorches the speakers — as easily as they do finger-picked acoustic runs (You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone bounces along nicely, evoking unplugged White Stripes). His guitar skills alone would merit a recommendation, but when combined with his pleasant vocals, these Incantations are necessary for fans of Americana."
"Devin Leigh probably doesn’t care what constitutes Texas Music. Whether he’s cranking up amplified resonators and using a slide to get a muddy mojo or fingerpicking an acoustic for a fresh-as-a-daisy timbre, his repertoire is as varied as the Lone Star terrain."
Jeff Prince, Fort Worth Weekly
"One of the towns best guitarists", FortLive.com
"Plain and simple, Devin Leigh rocks!" Aden Bubeck, bassist for Miranda Lambert
"Listen to Devin Leigh's Blackwater!"Darryl Smyers, The Dallas Observer
"Best in Texas" magazine is out with a full feature article on Devin!
"Lively guitar that would make the Allman Brothers proud!"
~Lonestar Music Magazine~
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