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Devin at Brooklyn Night Bazaar

Devin Therriault is a singer-songwriter musician from Brooklyn who has made an impact on the New York music scene. Check out the video preview, and catch him live at the free Brooklyn Night Bazaar this Friday!

More about this artist:

In his Brooklyn apartment, Devin began creating songs by recording them into pro-tools, playing all the instruments and singing all the vocals. He collected these songs into a project called “ROMANCING”. In late 2009, Devin formed the band Devin and the Little Angels. The Little Angels made an immediate impact at “Personality Crisis” a monthly underground, all-ages party at Shea Stadium in Brooklyn.

A charismatic performer, Devin quickly booked performances at The Mercury Lounge, The Studio at Webster Hall, Lit Lounge and other New York hotspots. Devin has also created a buzz on the college circuit and was invited to play the Culture Shock Festival at SUNY Purchase College where he played with The Books and Surfer Blood.

Now performing as Devin, he successfully played at the CMJ Music Marathon 2010 in New York with The Postelles at the Neon Gold Records/Plugged In/Chess Club Records showcase. He also played with Mona at the Mercury Lounge. In Los Angeles, Devin has performed with Swedish group Peter, Bjorn and John as well as Ty Segall. Devin is managed by Jazz Summers at Big Life Management in London.

About the Brooklyn Night Bazaar:

The Brooklyn Night Bazaar is a temporary gathering of local artists, designers, musicians and chefs who are coming together in for three nights at a pop-up space in Williamsburg. They’re building on the momentum they picked up with their inaugural event at Dekalb Market in Downtown Brooklyn just a few months ago in October.

Billed as a hub for creative culture that is conspicuously well-timed for the holidays, 149 Kent Avenue will serve as the venue for over 100 local merchants and food vendors, boasting an interior and bespoke furniture by Julien de Smedt architects, art installations and projections by NBNY, live performances by James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem), the Hold Steady, Titus Andronicus and more.

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