Debra Devi and Jaime Rose To Perform At Fox & Crow In Jersey City
originally published: 04/11/2018
(JERSEY CITY, NJ) -- Debra Devi and Jaime Rose will perform at Fox & Crow in Jersey City on Saturday, April 28. The show is open to all 21 and over. Admission is free. Music begins at 10:00pm with Jaime Rose; Debra Devi goes on at 11:00pm.
Jaime Rose offers lyrical rock with strong melodies. The music is dense and honest. It features a thick low end from bassist Jaime De Jesus, intricate and thoughtful guitar from Max Feinstein and a full, solid drum foundation and detailed percussion from Johnny Roccesano. The songs represent a dynamic period of change for Jaime, who is more often associated as the lead singer of The Fave.
Debra Devi's new Wild Little Girl EP is gaining raves for its classic rock/Americana sound, leading to opening slots for national acts like Marshall Crenshaw, Nikki Hall and Devon Allman. The Jersey Journal writes: "Devi stands out among singer/songwriters as a true triple threat: a gifted songwriter, a powerful singer and an outstanding guitarist." In Jan 2018, Devi produced the Jersey City Rocks White Eagle Hall show, a smash success that drew 450 people.
“Fox and Crow is such a beautiful listening room,” Devi says, “so we will be bringing the volume down and exploring the bones of the songs. I'm excited to have Rob Clores on keys with us for this one, as well as Max Feinstein on bass and John Roccesano on drums. We’re happy to be sharing the bill with our friend Jaime Rose, too.”
Good Times magazine says, "Devi continues to gain national acclaim as one of the most remarkable guitarists on the East Coast,” adding that “tracks on her new EP range from crunchy pop-rock (“Butterfly”) and Gov’t Mule-inspired jamming (“Tired Of Waiting”) to pulsing disco-rock (“Stay”), Black Crowes-style sass (“Shake It”) and Devi’s soulful Americana tune “10 Miles To Clarksdale.”
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Devi is also the author of the popular blues glossary The Language of the Blues (Foreword by Dr. John), which is blurbed by Bonnie Raitt and Joe Bonamassa and won the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award. Pick up a signed copy for $20 at this show!
Fox and Crow is located at 594 Palisade Ave in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Photo of Debra Devi by Capacity Images
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