“"A Zillion Stars Overhead is five fiery tracks of searing guitar rock."” - Jim Testa
— The Jersey Journal
Debra Devi blends blues-rock, jam, Americana and pop influences into a potent blend flavored with her masterful guitar playing and soulful vocals. JamBase calls the Jersey City-based rocker, "a supersonic fretburner who writes hauntingly memorable songs, blending the intricacy of a good jam band with the catchiness of vintage power pop.”
Devi jams with Gov't Mule bassist Jorgen Carlsson and Amfibian drummer John Hummel on her new EP, A Zillion Stars Overhead. Devi produced A Zillion Stars Overhead, mixed by Sylvia Massy and recorded in part by John Agnello. Early press includes the "When It Comes Down (Jam)" video premiere on American Blues Scene and inclusion of that track in the Relix April/May Digital Sampler.
Devi is the first female guitarist invited to endorse Homestead Amplifiers, which builds custom amps for Gov't Mule, Gary Clark Jr. and Jimmy Herring. She is also a Fender artist.
Devi is the author of the popular blues glossary, The Language of the Blues (foreword by Dr. John) which won the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award.