With the release of his first solo album, “Turquoise,” Devon displays a range of musical influences, including some African beats. The fact that he’s the son of Gregg Allman may invite comparisons of his sound to The Allman Brothers, but as you’ll hear Devon has a unique and wonderful musical voice.
In this interview, Devon Allman confesses that he’s a romantic at heart, and that his personal life is an inspiration for his music. He also explains how working on a solo project like “Turquoise” is different from performing as part of the band he’s currently touring with, Royal Southern Brotherhood.
On this week’s episode of “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight,” you’ll also hear tracks from Macy Gray, The Constellations, Eric Hutchinson, Charmaine Clamour, The Doughboys, Blue Cactus Choir, Brian Lopez, Spottiswoode & His Enemies, and Paul Mark & the Van Dorens.