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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

The 12 Days of Turquoise - Starting Feb 1

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Devon Allman: The 12 Days of Turquoise:

Audio Love Notes From Devon To His Fans:
Debut Solo CD, on Ruf Records, Out on February 12

Atlanta, GA – Starting on Friday February 1st, Ruf Records recording artist, Devon Allman, will be sharing his thoughts on his debut solo release, Turquoise,  each day with an audio note gift for his fans leading up to the official release date, February 12th. This will be posted on his social media sites:  Facebook page, his Twitter feed, YouTube Channel and website.

So tune in at 12PM Eastern Time, each day to get your dose of Devon Allman talking about Turquoise.

“These songs are very special to me,” says Allman. “It’s part ‘dusty road driving music’ and part ‘tropical getaway’ music. These are the stories, feelings and reflections from my last couple of decades of forging my musical path.”

Turquoise was produced and mixed by multi-Grammy winner Jim Gaines and recorded at his Bessie Blue Studios in Stantonville, Tennessee, as well as at Ardent Studios in Memphis. Devon Allman (vocals and guitars) is joined on the new CD in a core trio set-up that features his fellow Royal Southern Brotherhood bandmate Yonrico Scott (drums and percussion), as well as Myles Weeks (upright and electric bass). Special guests include Luther Dickinson (guitar), Samantha Fish (vocals), Ron Holloway (sax), Bobby Schneck Jr. (guitar) and Rick Steff (Hammond B3 organ).  Ruf Records is distributed by Allegro worldwide.

We here at Mark Pucci Media will also be posting these snippets of this so check us out on Facebook to tune in.

The following Devon Allman sites will be included:

"That's why musicians lose their minds... because the highs are so high and the lows are so low and there's no middle ground. Ever. And if there's a middle ground, you're a boring player."
--Col. Bruce Hampton

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