howelldevine

Sunday, January 24th – 7:30-10 pm
HowellDevine
plays Mississippi hill country
and rural blues in Bird & Beckett’s
Canyon Moonlight series

howelldevine“HowellDevine plays The Music with the original feel, intent and spirit, and you can tell they love the music while delivering some real blues in their own way. The singing and playing is never strained and they play with easy confidence…they don’t have to prove anything. There’s tasty slide, harp and rhythm with relaxed vocals that all blend together for a wonderfully satisfying experience…it knocks me out to hear a group playing such good quality blues today.”
~ Charlie Musselwhite

“What a pleasure to find a young band that really gets the blues…Deep and true to the roots. Really digging this record and so glad they’re on the scene. ”
~ Bonnie Raitt

“We love them – they are great!”
~ Elvin Bishop

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