Event Calendar

Devendra Banhart - Live in Singapore

Venue : Symmetry Entertainment Singapore
Date : 2018-06-14
Time : 1930 to 1930

Symmetry Entertainment Presents
Devendra Banhart Live in Singapore
Duo Performance with Noah Georgeson

Thursday, 14 June 2018
The Projector

Limited Early Bird: $55
Standard Tickets: $65
Tickets out now at: tickets.igo.events/devendra

Listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nf-9jLF6mIk

Devendra Banhart will be doing a special duo performance with Grammy winning musician, Noah Georgeson

Devendra Banhart was born in Houston, Texas, and moved with his mother to her native Caracas, Venezuela, when his parents separated. The family relocated to Los Angeles during his teenage years; it was there that he learned to speak English, skateboard, and play music. Banhart first began to perform in public while attending the San Francisco Art Institute. He has since lived in New York City, Paris, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, where he currently resides.

Banhart first attracted international notice with his 2002 debut album, Oh Me Oh My… The Way the Day Goes By the Sun Is Setting Dogs Are Dreaming Lovesongs of the Christmas Spirit—a collection of recordings he had made for himself. Subsequent albums include the more snappily titled Rejoicing in the Hands (2004), Niño Rojo (2004), Cripple Crow (2005), and Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon (2007), and What Will We Be (2009). Mala, his debut on Nonesuch Records, was described by Q as a "career-best" and by the Wall Street Journal as his "most concise, hushed and winsome effort to date."

An accomplished visual artist, Banhart's distinctive, minutely inked, often enigmatic drawings have appeared in galleries all over the world, including the Art Basel Contemporary Art Fair in Miami; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels; and Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2015 Prestel published I Left My Noodle on Ramen Street, a collection of his of drawings, paintings, and mixed media pieces. He has created the cover art for most of his records, and in 2010 his artwork and packaging for What Will We Be was nominated for a Grammy.