Devon Gilfillian’s new song, “Troublemaker,” will be heard during 2018 NFL Draft programming, airing on NFL Network, FOX and ESPN from April 26-28. The song, which has also been tapped for this NFL ad, is now available for download/streaming on all digital droppable-1524681646120platforms HERE. Today, Gilfillian will perform the national anthem before Round 1 of the 2018 NFL Draft, which takes place in Arlington, TX. For details, visit NFL.com/DraftExperience.
Now signed to Capitol Records, Gilfillian grew up outside Philadelphia and took up the electric guitar at age 14. After moving to Nashville to pursue music full-time, he self-released his first EP in 2016. The five-song collection of originals showcased Gilfillian’s soulful style – a powerful blend of R&B, blues, rock and gospel. The EP won praise from NPR Music’s Ann Powers, who noted, “His self-released, self-titled debut EP captures his exuberance and musical openness, setting the stage for what promises to be a brilliant career.” Listen to his performance on NPR’s “World Cafe Nashville” HERE.
Gilfillian sold out his first-ever headline shows in Philadelphia and Nashville and has supported such artists as Keith Urban, Gladys Knight, Marc Broussard, Jimmy Vaughn, The Lone Bellow, Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, Anderson East and The Fray. Check out his thoughts on time travel, Isaac Hayes, his dream collaboration and his biggest nightmare in this Q&A from The Bluegrass Situation.