Teghan Devon is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter from Myersville, Maryland who graduated from the renowned Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan and attended McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minnesota. She plays guitar, bass, and piano and her music has folk/pop/indie rock vibes. Her voice has been compared to that of Norah Jones and Fiona Apple. Her primary influences are The Beatles, Jeff Buckley, The Smiths, Elliot Smith, Juliana Hatfield, Tracy Bonham, Amy Winehouse, Kacey Musgraves, Conor Oberst, Phoebe Bridgers, and Counting Crows.
A week before the fall 2017 semester ended, McNally Smith notified it's students and staff that it would be closing it's doors due to lack of funds. Although this was absolutely devastating for Teghan and her McNally Smith family, she was determined to meet her spring goal and record her first full length album. She returned to the twin cities in February of 2018 and with the help of her former songwriting teacher, and now producer, Jeff Harrington, the record is complete and will be released in the spring.
This past fall, Teghan played many gigs around the twin cities, including at one of the Open Streets Minneapolis festivals, and was featured on a local radio show (KFAI FM). In the summer of 2017, Teghan was selected as a New Folk Finalist to perform at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas. She was also selected as a 2018 New Folk Finalist and will be going back to Kerrville this May to perform. Teghan also was a finalist in the 2017 Great American Song Contest, the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, and was awarded honorable mentions in the 2017 Telluride Troubadour Contest and the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. In the beginning of summer 2017, Teghan played bass on a promotional tour for her college with their indie rock ensemble. In the summer of 2016, she performed her original song “No Exception” at the International Summit to End Sexual Violence.
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