Brian Evans was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts to William Evans, and Helen Wilson (Bousquet). He is the first solo artist ever to film a music video entirely at Fenway Park. His song, "At Fenway," is the first to ever be licensed by Major League Baseball about Fenway Park. He is produced by multiple Grammy Award winning producer, Narada Michael Walden, the famed producer of Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, and Elton John.
Brian moved to Los Angeles with his mother at age 16, driving from that town to Los Angeles, not yet knowing just who he'd be.
With numerous appearances on television shows such as "Full House," and "Beverly Hills, 90210, feature film appearances in 'Death Wish IV," "Book of Love," "The Barefoot Executive" (for Disney) and television commercials, it was singing that was Brian's calling.
Beginning his career at venues in Los Angeles such as "The Whisky," "The Viper Room," "The Roxy," and other venues on the Sunset Strip, he ventured to Canada, where his first big band album was the #1 album in the country for an independent artist. This landed him hundreds of performances in Las Vegas, and as the opening act for such stars as Jay Leno, Joan Rivers, Social Distortion, Better Than Ezra, Dionne Warwick, Al Steward, Peter Tork, Lou Rawls, and the list goes on. He is also the creator of The Maui Celebrity Series, where he produced shows starring David Spade, Mick Fleetwood, Roseanne Barr, Rob Schneider, MOS DEF, Nick Swardson, and a host of others, while also performing as the opening act for all of them.
Then, in 2010, he met legendary music producer Narada Michael Walden, the Grammy winning producer of the best selling movie soundtrack of all time, Whitney Houston's, "The Bodyguard." Narada produced seven #1 hits for Whitney Houston, which broke the previous record held by The Beatles. Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Tom Jones, Mariah Carey and others...are just a small list of the superstars that Narada Michael Walden helped to create.
The album has already been released last month throughout Asia, where Brian has had success with previously released titles.
Now comes Brian Evans. After numerous independent records, many recorded on a dime, he has now developed into who he is now...the next great crooner...produced by one of the "Top Ten Producers of All Time," Narada Michael Walden ("Billboard Magazine"). Narada will also produce the soundtrack to "Horrorscope," a story by Brian Evans, Helen Bousquet, and Mark Andrew Biltz. It will be Narada's first full soundtrack since Whitney Houston's "The Bodyguard" soundtrack, which remains the best selling film soundtrack of all time.
Click below to check it out the song "I'm A Traveler" by Brian Evans (produced by Narada Michael Walden).
Pre-orders for his first novel, "Horrorscope" is on sale in the store section! Be the first to get it before it hits stores worldwide next month, to be available where ever books are sold.