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Flute Loops lands in Toronto to rave reviews:

It is an amazingly good music-based play ... This artist really deserves to be seen by as many people as possible. I guarantee you with every fibre of my body that Flute Loops is an incredible show.
— Mooney on Theatre

Devon More Music will soon be visiting...

The Kamloops Hydra Festival, London Fringe, Montreal Fringe, Toronto Fringe, Winnipeg Fringe, Calgary Fringe, Edmonton Fringe, and Vancouver Fringe...!

Click on your city of interest for more dates and details!

Just released!

As of June 5th, Hang Lucy's debut EP - Stroke of Luck - is now available on all major digital music platforms!

 Hang Lucy. Photo credit to Kelly Tatham

Hang Lucy. Photo credit to Kelly Tatham

Just announced!

Devon More is the recipient of the 2018 Gordon Armstrong Playwright's Rent Award, presented by Origins Theatre Projects.  The announcement came at the Jessie Awards event on May 27th in Vancouver BC.  Devon is honoured to be included in this 20+ year legacy in memory of a Vancouver playwright taken too soon.  Thanks to Kenan Mackenzie Reality on the Sunshine Coast for sponsoring this year's prize.



Merci, St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival!  Flute Loops was named Runner Up for the Mainline Creativity Award at the Frankie Awards ceremony closing Montreal's 2018 Fringe!


Thank you for voting me Best Performer at the 2018 Hydra Festival!

There is nothing stronger than a broken woman who has rebuilt herself.
— Hannah Gadsby
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Art should comfort the disturbed
and disturb the comfortable.
— Banksy

About Me


Musician    performing Artist    Educator  composer    Wordsmith  ♩  Producer

Devon More is just another poetic post-capitalist polyglot singer-songwriting live-looping multi-instrumentalist middle child with an environmental conscience and a penchant for Art-as-Activism trying to smash The Patriarchy and save the world.

You can usually find Devon in East Vancouver or the Royal City of New Westminster in British Columbia, Canada.  She grew up in Secwepemc territory, and is now a guest on the traditional, ancestral and unceded Coast Salish territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, Stó:lō, Tsleil-Waututh, and Qayqayt First Nations.

Kunst hat mit Geschmack nichts zu tun.
— Max Ernst