And now Natalie is dating a dude who rolls with the Lilo?
The only thing it is NOT is Tori Spelling and Donatella Versace. That’s what happens when you are friends with Lindsay Lohan.
Devendra Obi Banhart (born May 30, 1981) is a Venezuelan American singer-songwriter and visual artist.
He began to study at the San Francisco Art Institute in 1998, but dropped out to perform music in Europe, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Banhart released his debut album in 2002, continuing to record his material on the Young God and XL labels, as well as other work on compilations and collaborations.
Banhart cites Axl Rose, Kurt Cobain, Mick Jagger, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and Ali Farka Toure as his inspirations to begin singing.
When he found that he could not match their singing styles, he found success in singing in a "feminine style." Banhart’s albums offer a variety of musical sounds, and he is often called the leader of the musical movement termed "Freak Folk." His lyrics are fantastical, idealistic, and poetic with the occasional trace of innuendos.
You can have that with a book, but you don’t have that with music, for example.
It isn’t like you have a blank song, and now it’s time to fill the song.
On the one hand: Thank God, because that relationship was kind of annoying to us for some reason.
Many years ago, Devendra Banhart slept nightly on a mattress in a dumpster in New York City.
Then he spent the next decade or so playing dodge-and-weave with consistently morphing musical sounds, record labels, bases of operation, famous and not-famous-but-still-insanely-beautiful-girlfriends, and, yes, hairstyles.