'Until the job is done' by wnc musicians for change

5th Anniversary of Our Debut Album!

Something to bleed

Today, June 5th, marks the 5th anniversary of our release "Something to Bleed".  The True Grits, Brian Shoemaker - bass/lead guitar, Sam Hess - drums, Woodstock - mandolin, and I put this together on an 8-track digital recorder we call "The Precious" back in 2015.  In addition, Halli Anderson of River Whyless played violin and sang harmonies, my brother Scot Evans of Floating Men played bass on '1000 Roses', and my mom Barbara Evans sang harmonies on 'Sound'.  To cap it off, my childhood friend, Tom Carlton, painted the cover.  It's a special record not only because it is our first, but because it was put together with the help of friends and family.  With Kickstarter, my friends showed up and helped me realize my dream.  And I am, we are, forever grateful.  Head to the audio page to check it out!

Acoustic Asheville Feature

Stephen Evans was video featured in the Mountain Xpress by Acoustic Asheville for 4 songs.  Here they are!


Hey everyone!  How is everybody doing?  I sure miss playing live for you all.  I cancelled all of my shows April - June due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  I am sure everyone understands given what is happening with the need to social distance and shelter in place to keep outbreak from getting worse.  Make sure you visit the CDC for information and guidelines for protecting yourselves and others.

Meanwhile, I will be hosting online solo acoustic LIVE broadcasts mainly on my Facebook Page as well as on my Instagram.   I will make announcements on this website, Facebook, and Instagram about these shows. 

Please visit the Merch Store or if you feel compelled, feel free to tip via Venmo:  @Stephen-Evans-56, or Paypal:  stephendal@hotmail.com

Here is a link to Music Cares where you can also donate to help all those affected in the music biz.  Every little bit helps.

Thank you all for your support, love, generosity & understanding during this difficult time.  Much love and health to you all!

Stephen  (You can also tip via the Donate button below!)

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