Kevin Devine Premieres New Song on WSOU’s “Campus Buzz”

Date: March 20, 2017
Kevin Devine Campus Buzz 2017
Musician and songwriter Kevin Devine (second from left) with the co-hosts of WSOU 89.5’s “Campus Buzz,” Grant Palluzi, Sarah Yenesel and Hanoi Acevedo. During a recent hour-long interview, Devine played several songs live in WSOU’s studios, including the first public performance of a brand new song.
 
South Orange, N.J. – Brooklyn-born singer songwriter Kevin Devine premiered a new song during WSOU’s “Campus Buzz,” the station’s weekly specialty show dedicated to indie and alternative music. The still untitled song, which Devine noted he hadn’t even played yet for his wife and child, was the capstone to an hour-long, at times gregarious, interview. The song, as well as the entire on-air conversation, can be heard below or at http://tinyurl.com/lbgwgpm.
 
In a lively exchange with show co-hosts Hanoi Acevedo, Grant Palluzi and Sarah Yenesel, Devine talked about a variety of topics, including his new album “Instigator,” the complexities of touring, mental health wellness, the best superpower to have and the creative process behind his music. Devine also revealed his pizza topping preferences, “I like just cheese and sauce. Pizza, just give it to me straight. But if I am going with toppings, give me roasted peppers and olives.”
 
In addition to his new song, Devine also performed “Daydrunk” and “No History” live at WSOU over the course of the interview.
 
For nearly twenty years, “Campus Buzz” has highlighted emerging and established indie/alternative bands and singer songwriters. Airing Sundays 8 – 11 p.m., this award-winning specialty show spins The Killers, Pavement, Modest Mouse, Bon Iver, Gaslight Anthem, Local Natives, Real Estate, The National, Fleet Foxes and more. “Campus Buzz” also regularly features interviews and in-studio performances. To learn more about the program, visit www.campusbuzzwsou.blogspot.com.  

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