Our Story

Evan’s artistry can best be defined in one word:  Passion!  Evan has been playing the piano since he was 4 years old, and singing since the first time he heard his father singing opera.  Evan would mimic the sounds he heard, and developed his singing voice very early on, with a deep chest resonance for a young child.  His piano and singing won him several awards all throughout his early childhood years, until he was accepted to Florida State University on a Music Scholarship.  After a year there, Evan grew restless and wanted to relocate to a city where there was a larger music scene, so he packed his bags and moved to Orlando Florida.  Once there he started a band, and quickly gained traction, getting gigs at the world famous House of Blues, The Social, and radio play throughout the Central Florida area.  During this time, Evan also graduated with honors from the University of Central Florida, with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Marketing, and a Minor in Digital Media.  Evan also earned an associates in Science degree from Valencia College in Music and Sound Technology.   

After graduating from UCF, and some extensive touring with his band, Evan felt as though something more was needed to push his career to the next level.  That is when he decided to enroll at the Berklee College of Music in Boston Massachusetts, and spent the next two years working diligently to train as a songwriter.  Evan earned a Specialist Certificate in Songwriting form the prestigious Berklee College, and was on his way.  Again he felt that he had outgrown the city he was in, so he packed once more and moved to the moonlit city of Miami Fl.  Once Evan landed in Miami it was like an explosion.  Within 3 months of living there, Evan was opening up and sharing the stage with Mega stars like Pitbull, Ne-Yo, Gloria Estefan, Wyclef, Flo-Rida, Barry Gibb, Andrea Bocelli, Gente De Zona, and many more.  Evan’s crossover blend of Pop-EDM was quickly welcomed by the diverse Miami fan base, and his hit single “Universe” began tearing up the internet, with a boom in sales on iTunes, and a media frenzy.  Evan was interviewed by Miami’s own WSVN Channel 7 News on two separate occasions, and on CBS Channel 4 Miami.  Evan was also featured in a FOUR PAGE editorial in the esteemed Selecta Magazine, and a Full Page editorial in Venue Magazine.  Evan has also recently passed the 350,000 Views mark on You Tube, and earned radio play on Miami’s famous 103.5 The Beat, and Y-100 Radio Stations. 

While in Miami, world famous producer and writer, Emilio Estefan, took interest in Evan, and did a remix of one of his unreleased single’s, “Broken People”, which is scheduled to be released in fall of 2015.  Evan is gearing up to write a full new EP Album, and has partnered with some amazing producers and songwriters to do so.  Evan has a diverse mix of influences that will bleed there way into his songwriting and style, included Adam Levine, Bruno Mars, Stevie Wonder, Al Green, Billy Joel, Michael Jackson, and practically everything from the 90’s including the Grunge and Hip-hop artists of the time.  Elements from this wide array of influences show themselves throughout Evan’s songwriting, singing style, and composition methods.   

Evan is also a trained and skilled actor, and is a Graduate of the the Master Meisner Program at the renowned Truthful Acting Studios in Orlando Florida.  Look out for Evan in such upcoming projects as Ride Along Two, Alvin and the Chipmunks 4, Season One of HBO’S Ballers, and M. Night Shyamalan’s next thriller, The Visit. 

Evan is thrilled to have the love and support of his family, friends, and fans all over the world, and hopes that you will feel the passion he injects into every lyric he writes, and note that he hits.  Thanks for the support everyone, and MUCH LOVE!!

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