In case you forgot, Kevin Devine is planning on releasing two full-lengths this year. He just tweeted that the first of those two records is "finished & named" and that the second one is "beginning to be mixed."
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Kevin Devinestarted today, and then later today finished, a moderately lofty Kickstarter campaign to fund his next two full-length records. According to the description Devine offered up on his project page, he wanted to raise a sum of $50,000 to fund the recording and releasing of one solo and one full-band album. These funds would go toward costs like the recording, producing, manufacturing, publicizing and marketing of the records; furthermore, the funds would help Devine tour and promote the albums following their release.
When I write "moderately lofty," I mean it. Devine pegging the costs here at $50,000 is certainly not ridiculous. He's seen some success as a musician, at...
Kevin Devine's performance from Dec. 1 at Webster Hall was professionally recorded and is now available as a free download from NYC Taper. The 38-song, nearly three-hour performance spanned KevDev's full discography. Check out some more information about the show below, and if you head to the replies you can see the full setlist and stream three songs from the recording to get a taste of what it sounds like.
Kevin Devine will perform three of his albums -- 2002's Circle Gets The Square, 2005's Split The Country, Split The Street, and 2011's Between The Concrete & Clouds, in their entirety, at a special 10th anniversary show at New York's Webster Hall on December 1st. More details in the replies.