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MALAYA BLUE has been causing heads to turn and jaws to drop on the British Blues circuit since the release of her stunning debut album ‘Bourbon Street’ mid-way through 2014. With very little PR hype or support it quickly reached No1 on the British Independent Blues Broadcasters chart causing a flurry of media interest and resulting in being voted into 2nd place in the Blues Matters Writers Poll as Best Newcomer.
Malaya worked hard behind the scenes building and rehearsing a first class band ready to take out on the road in 2015 starting with The Great British Rock & Blues Festival at Skegness in January where they received lots of plaudits for both the full electric set on Friday night and a stunning acoustic set on Sunday.
Although Malaya may be new to the live blues circuit she has many years of recording and studio work under her belt and a truly stunning voice with a collection of top class original material. It is highly likely that Malaya Blue will be the breakthrough act of 2015.
You don’t have to have a back story that reads like a Guy Richie script, but sometimes it helps.
Knife murders, heroin deaths, lead poisoning, world champion boxers, alcohol abuse, prison stories and more feature in DEVENPORT's life, and therefore his songs… and, more relevant still perhaps, his voice.
This is a beautiful natural instrument, developed and strengthened by true life experiences, which, in many ways, make Devenport the most authentic of authentic British Blues singers.
Signed to a major label as a kid, and enjoying a career working with some of the most respected names in the business including the likes of Cher, Guy Chambers, Leon Ware (the guy behind Marvin’s ‘I Want You’ album) and more, Devenport returns after a 20 year self imposed hiatus from the business.