The name Sean Devine may not be well known among many
UK country fans, but that could well be all about to change.
Sean Devine’s voice sounds cracked and worn, as if it has itself been carved from an old battered timber, making it the perfect vehicle for today’s song taken from Devine’s new album Here for It All
a solid and instantly accessible set of country songs that lean to old school influences but have a sufficient edge to find favour with contemporary Americana audiences who like a little retro in their gravy.
TJ Music Magazine
Part Jason Isbell and part Rich Krueger, Devine’s voice is perfectly suited to straddle the line between country and folk.
Here For It All really resounds with plenty of soul-searching and
a larger celebration of the transformative powers of songwriting and music as a whole.
Sound and Soul
Blending the grit and intention of classic Texas songwriting with the unapologetic beauty of Montana, Here For It All reintroduces Sean Devine as a tempered poet mightily shouldering the mantle of the Treasure State Troubadour.
Living Life Fearless
Here For It All is a great listen for Americana fans.
Montana musician Sean Devine brings together the rugged landscape of the West, nine original songs, and a lifetime of personal experience in his fourth album, Here For It All. Devine first met the album’s producer Josh Thompson (Cody Jinks) at a concert hall in Missoula through a mutual friend, singer-songwriter Ward Davis, who introduced Devine as “the Bob Dylan of Montana.” That off-the-cuff comment compelled Thompson to request some demos and eventually to record Here For It All with Jinks’ band at Sonic Ranch Studios in Tornillo, Texas. Based in Paradise Valley, Devine is a fifth-generation Montanan.
Here For It All
Sean Devine's newest full-length album, "Here For It All".
Produced by Josh Thompson
Engineered by Mario Ramirez
in the Adobe Room at Sonic Ranch,
Mixed by Charles Godfrey
at Scary American,
Mastered by Dan Shike
at Tone and Volume Mastering,
Featuring The Tone Deaf Hippies: Josh Thompson, bass and harmony vocals | Chris Claridy, electric guitar | Austin “Hotrod” Tripp, resonator guitar | Drew Harakal, acoustic and electric piano | And special guest, Anthony DiCello, drums
Plus: Jeff Plankenhorn, “The Plank” | Steve Bernal, cello
Ward Davis - Nashville, Tennesse
Sean Devine is the Bob Dylan of Montana
Harry Kaplan, Twangrila
Sounds like a wonderful mix of Robert Earl Keen and Bob Dylan. It has a little country, folk, and rock and roll. This guy knows how to write and craft a beautiful song.
Rachel Hergett - Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Country to its core... Devine lays himself before the listener as he tells his story of heartbreak and loneliness.
RIk James, KGLT-FM 91.9
I hope everyone else feels half as good as me, about Sean Devine's Austin Blues.
Idaho Ron Smith
With incredible instrumentation and influence of great musicians, Sean's beautiful voice and powerful lyrics takes us on a Devine journey of heart break and heart ache, to recovery, and rally to rediscovery.