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"Guitar World-Review"

“Polished pop rock featuring Evin’s keyboards, acoustic and electric rhythm guitars and soulful, Chrissy Hynde-meets Jewel vocals.” - Guitar World Acoustic

"Danielle Evin"

Evin has that instant charisma and makes the most of her red-blooded rock prod.” - ABCNews.com

"Barnes & Nobel"

Danielle releases her self- titled disc, proving she's the real deal with great
songs and pure talent that pushes her every song to the next level.
- Barnes & Nobel

"Rocking to a new tune"


Danielle Evin has been a fixture on the New York music scene for a while now, but fans should expect a few changes the next time they see the singer-songwriter perform.
For one, Evin's got a new band, which the thirtysomething rocker will be fronting when she plays the Cutting Room in Manhattan (19 W. 24th St.) this Tuesday night.
For another, there'll be a sprinkling of new songs in her repertoire, courtesy of a recent surge of songwriting. Some may even feature her on mandolin, an instrument that Evin - an accomplished guitarist and pianist - recently taught herself to play.
"I have been going in a bit of a different direction lately," says Evin. "There's no special reason, except that when you grow as an artist, you want to try new things and push yourself into new places."
But the biggest change in Evin's career has been going on behind the scenes. Evin, whose self-titled first album came out last summer, is currently working on her next CD with a new producer - Phil Ramone, the Grammy-winning composer, producer and engineer whose long list of collaborators includes Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Paul McCartney, Billy Joel and Madonna.
"I've been writing a ton of songs, and it pretty much started with [getting to know] Phil," says Evin. "He's such a master, and it's so stimulating to just sit back and watch and learn how he does things.
"He's been very giving and nurturing in my development. He's an old-school producer filled with wisdom whose records I played and loved," she says.
While Evin hopes her association with Ramone helps take her career to another level, the veteran producer says he isn't about to change her style much.
"I had heard her record a year ago, and while I was attracted to what she did vocally, the fact that she's a helluva songwriter was the attraction for me," says Ramone.
"She's a rocker," he adds, "and she's got the chops to hopefully [attract] an even larger cult following."
Evin likely attracted plenty of new fans last fall when she was invited to perform at a Farm Aid concert in Somerville, Mass. That event included Neil Young, Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp.
"It was one of the greatest days of my life to be involved with some of my favorite musicians," recalls Evin, who got to perform her first single, "Five Wishes."
"I fell that everything that's been happening lately is just a natural progression in my development, and I just want to keep learning from it and keep reaching," she adds.
"It's a good time of life right now, and I hope it lasts."

Originally published on February 18, 2007
- New York Daily News

"NY Post Review"

"Danielle Evin" (LateralView/Red) ***

“Danielle Evin's debut has heartfelt honesty and sultry, sexy vocals. When she sings the folk-strummer "Crush" or her samba "Ugly Fool" there's real longing there. Top-notch production and her Jewel-like voice elevate Evin from the pack of girly-girls.
”Download: "Sabine's Fire."


"Danielle Evin"- Produced by legendary producer Jack Douglas (Aerosmith, The Who, John Lennon) mixed by Michael H. Brauer (Coldplay, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney). Released June 2006




Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Danielle Evin’s eponymous debut CD is a rich collection of songs, melodies and stories that linger with the listener long after they are heard.

Produced by Grammy winner Jack Douglas (John Lennon, The Who, Aerosmith) and mixed by fellow Grammy winner Michael H. Brauer (Coldplay, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan) DANIELLE EVIN is a showcase for Danielle’s broad range of talents as a singer, guitarist and pianist. The disc also features the violin and vocal talents of acclaimed singer/songwriter Tracy Bonham.

Growing up in New York and Los Angeles Danielle was surrounded by many of music’s greatest talents due to her parents’ careers in the arts. Her home was filled with art, music, theatre and film. Danielle fell in love with music as a child and has been following her passion ever since beginning with the piano at the age of eight to violin in the school orchestra at twelve followed by learning guitar at age fourteen. The guitar was the inspiration for Danielle to begin writing and composing her own songs – an inspiration that has continued to this day, “Writing songs helps me articulate what’s going on inside my head,” says Danielle. “ I communicate better in my songs than at a dinner party. It’s like having a sixth sense somehow.”

Danielle has performed at Farm Aid 2006 and has been touring the US at select venues in support of her debut release. She has received local and national press exposure garnering many critical raves. In addition, she has been a top seller in the highly competitive and influential New York metropolitan marketplace.

Danielle has appeared on the CBS Early Show as part of their weekly ‘Second Cup Café’ live music series and was recently featured in the New York Daily News ‘Now’ entertainment supplement. Her song ‘Baby Be Mine’ from the eponymous CD ‘Danielle Evin’ will be featured on the hit CBS television series ‘The Unit’ airing on Tuesday, April 3. Danielle is currently recording her upcoming sophomore release with thirty-nine time Grammy nominee and thirteen-time Grammy winning producer Phil Ramone.

For further information, go to www.DanielleEvin.com