"Over the years I was president of Red House Records I was constantly invited to listen to new artists with high aspirations and dreams. Many were competent, some very talented, but not many had a presentation, vision and sound that were uniquely their own. That is why I have so enjoyed Teghan Devon’s fine new Fingers Crossed project. With her fresh approach to songwriting and her intelligent and emotional insight, she doesn’t sound like anybody except herself. Teghan is a very moving artist just beginning to blossom and the only direction ahead of her is up." - Eric Peltoniemi (songwriter/performing artist, Grammy winning producer, former president of Red House Records)
"Honest and clear vocals...An artist who doesn’t need to hide behind flare to make stellar music. Ms. Devon’s vocals are really something to listen to and appreciate, and the subtle addition of various harmonies throughout are welcomed and precise. “Edge of the Universe” is a wonderful and beautiful love song." - 5 Modern Singer-Songwriters To Help You Face The Day (Ear To The Ground Music)
"In ‘Don’t Wait Up’ her words are the key protagonist which helps to highlight the frame of music surrounding the story. The angst and frustrations do translate well into the vocals of Teghan, with diminutive gentleness but not shrinking like a violet. It’s the small ‘roars’ of the voice that amplifies her intentions, fully and clearly to who will listen." - Teghan Devon Shares ‘Don’t Wait Up’. “A Little Grit, Goes A Long Way.” - comeherefloyd
"Teghan has a very beautiful voice...‘Rabbit Hole’ showcases this amazing variable vocal sound." - Music Injection Aus
Teghan’s love of the craft that is songwriting began when she was little. She was raised on the ultimate and universal example of great songs: The Beatles (Her parents claim that there is incriminating video of Teghan belting out “The Ballad of John and Yoko” from her booster seat). She started playing guitar and writing songs naturally followed. The first song she learned to play that really made her fall in love with the instrument was “Blackbird”. After that, she was hooked.
Teghan’s current style is a mix of folk, rock, and pop. If you ask her why she writes songs she’ll tell you it’s for the same reason that she breathes-- to survive. “I write so I don’t take my crap out on others. Sometimes it stops me from punching people in the face. I am inspired by anything from a speck of dust to a character in a book.”
Teghan is from Maryland but has also lived in California, Texas, Michigan, and Minnesota. She was a student at McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul before it unexpectedly shut down in December of 2017. Although this was absolutely devastating for Teghan and her McNally Smith family, she made the best of a bad situation by returning to the twin cities in February of 2018 to record her first full length album “Fingers Crossed” (released on July 6th, 2018).
In the summer of 2017, Teghan was selected as a New Folk Finalist to perform at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas. 32 finalists are chosen out of over 600 submissions. Teghan is in good company— past finalists include Lyle Lovett, Lucinda Williams, Shawn Colvin, Steve Earle, and Nancy Griffith, to name a few. Teghan was chosen again the next year as a 2018 finalist as well— the youngest contestant both years. Teghan also was a finalist in the 2017 Great American Song Contest and the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, and was awarded honorable mentions in the 2018 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter Showcase, the 2017 Telluride Troubadour Contest and the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. In the summer of 2016 she performed her original song “No Exception” at the International Summit to End Sexual Violence in New York City.
Teghan released her first full length album, "Fingers Crossed" on July 6th.
The single from the album, "Half Moon Smile" was released on June 22nd.
In May, Teghan was selected as a New Folk Finalist to perform at the Kerrville Folk Festival for the second consecutive year.
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