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Devo 2.0

Lots of pop and rock and roll performers have dipped their feet into building music for kids, but pioneering brand-new wave music group Devo blazed a fresh trail simply by remaking themselves right into a literal children’ music group with Devo 2.0. Employed in tandem with David Agnew, a long-time Devo enthusiast who’s also an professional vice leader for the Buena Vista GROUP (the music branch of Walt Disney Photos), Devo founders Gerald V. Casale and Tag Mothersbaugh produced Devo 2.0, where five talented youngsters between your age groups of nine and 13 perform faithful (but updated) versions of vintage Devo tunes, along with some new materials compiled by Casale and Mothersbaugh for the group. (Casale and Mothersbaugh also rewrote some of their tunes for Devo 2.0, changing some possibly offensive lyrics and moving genders to reveal the actual fact the kids’ version of the group is coed.) Particular by Casale through some auditions, Devo 2.0 features Jackie Emerson on keyboards and vocals, Michael Gossard on bass, Nathan Norman on guitar and vocals, Kane Ritchotte on drums, and Nicole Stoehr on lead vocals. While initial Devo members Tag Mothersbaugh, Bob Mothersbaugh, Gerald V. Casale, and Robert Casale deal with almost all the instrumental tasks within the debut recording, Dev2.0, released in the springtime of 2006, the young group will play go on a subsequent concert tour, collection to take them to stores, arenas, and colleges in the united states.

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