Commentary by Amy Pauszek
Jennie DeVoe did it again. Two sold out shows back-to-back at The Warehouse in Carmel. “Where’s Amy?” was there to take in the experience and rock out to the soulful hip sounds of DeVoe’s new CD celeased shows.
“Picking Flowers On The Moon” is a magical live recording of a show DeVoe and her band cut in Michigan in a lovely old barn with theater seating called ‘Aten Place.’ On Nov. 7, fans lined up outside The Warehouse to get prime seats in the intimate independent music venue owned and operated by creative arts entrepreneur’s Blair Clark and Heather Ramsey Clark of Carmel.
The minute you enter the venue you feel right at home and when Jennie DeVoe walks on stage you feel as if she is performing just for you. I love watching DeVoe perform because she gives off a deep emotional audience connection and her energy is electrifying.
She mixes her original rhythm and blues songs along with a few well-chosen covers to make each live concert unique and fresh. Some devoted fans traveled all the way from Cincinnati to score her new limited-edition CD and hoped to snag an autograph and/or photo with the down-to-earth artist.
Between songs, DeVoe joked with the audience and mad everyone feel at ease and at home. The night was a blast and everyone who attended left with smiles while humming her catchy tunes that continued to dance in their mind and soul.
“Where’s Amy?” had the chance to shoot exclusive photos of DeVoe and her band minutes before they took the stage – a once in a lifetime opportunity where we joked, laughed and I saw the bright light that shines on and off stage through her baby blue eyes and beautiful smile. Be sure to go online to find out her latest concert schedule, personal posts and grab her new CD. It’s truly amazing. For more, visit jenniedevoe.com and be sure to check out The Warehouse at LIVEfortheMUSIC.com. I guarantee you will be a fan for life.