breakout soul artist Devon Gilphilian In the wake of their recently released new studio album, they have announced new US tour dates for fall 2023. I love you anyway. Available now on Fantasy Records, the album recently surpassed 1 million streams on Spotify and hit #1 on the College Radio Soul/R&B chart.
Devon’s hit single, “All I Really Wanna Do,” hit the charts and is currently number 6 on Billboard’s Adult Alternative chart and in the Top 25 on MediaBase’s Triple-A chart. The song is also featured on her SiriusXM Spectrum Channel, new york times“Morning Spring 2023” official playlist, CBS Morning Morning’s official playlist “Mixtape”. Last week, Devon debuted a new version of the song, ‘All I Really Wanna Do (Sunrise Mix)’, which he says evokes “a sense of lightness, hope and anticipation, almost like morning”.
On the upcoming tour, Devon will perform in major cities around the country, starting September 18th in Columbus, Ohio, and will include performances in Chicago, New York, Denver, Portland and Seattle. Special highlights include his performance in his hometown of Devon at his bowl in Brooklyn, Philadelphia on September 28th and an evening performance at the legendary Troubadour venue in Los Angeles on October 27th. included.
Next week, June 17th, Gilphilian will head to Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival following an incredible show he co-headlined with Emily King at Nashville’s legendary Ryman Auditorium in May. Make your first appearance. He is currently on tour with My Morning Jacket in Europe after a string of shows with Grace Potter.
Devon album, I love you anywayWith black joy as its banner, takes soul music into an exciting and inspiring new future with a sound that incorporates multiple genres, from hip-hop to R&B to rock.
For a full list of tour dates and ticket information, visit the official Devon Gilphilian website.