(LOS ANGELES, California) — On Season 3 of NBC’s hit series, “The Voice,” America was introduced to Texas-bred pop artist Devyn DeLoera. Christina Aguilera fought to get the 21 year-old on Team Christina, where Devyn continued to impress the judges and voting audience with her powerful voice and commanding performances.
As a follow-up to her time on the show, Devyn’s highly anticipated debut single, “Paralyzed,” was released on March 4th. The catchy pop single is available at all major digital outlets including iTunes.
“I’m excited for the world to hear this new song,” says Devyn. “And I’m thankful to be able to release my own music that shows who I am as an artist.”
Though Devyn is a newcomer to the national platform, she is a seasoned performance veteran. Inspired by the music of Mariah Carey, Kelly Clarkson and Paramore, Devyn made numerous trips to the recording studio throughout her teens which eventually led to high profile performances alongside such artists as Trent Monk, Grammy Award winner Ashley Cleveland and legendary pop trio Phillips, Craig & Dean, and at venues as varied as Sea World, Nashville’s BB King’s Blues Club and SXSW.
Devyn’s time on “The Voice” has tremendously raised her visibility, as evidenced by a rapidly growing social networking presence that includes thousands of fans on Twitter and Facebook, and millions of views on Youtube.
On April 26th, Devyn will be performing at Rock Now for Autism – a benefit concert for Jenny McCarthy’s Generation Rescue, sponsored by Los Angeles Magazine. The special event will be held at Hollywood hot spot Boulevard3 (6523 Sunset Blvd). For tickets and information, visit http://rocknow-devyn.eventbrite.com.
Source- Nashville Publicity Group