Evan Field
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At the age six, Evan’s mother pushed Evan into music – literally. Under tremendous protest he was forced to take up the violin. Six months later, he was grudgingly squawking out standards such as “Mary Had a Little Lamb and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.” After two grueling years, Evan was allowed to give up the violin and moved on to a more agreeable instrument, the guitar. The first time he picked one up he fell in love.

A couple years passed while Evan honed his guitar playing. It wasn’t long before he formed his first band in high school, duly called the “Numbnutts.” The band’s first original was “Baby Don’t You Leave Me Tonight” and was recorded on a 4-track recorder. The song got quite a bit of airplay on the school’s radio station and overnight Evan became instantly popular overnight.

Evan continued to play in bands throughout his college years and expand his musical skills by learning to play both the piano and bass instruments. Drawing on a variety of musical styles ranging from alternative, pop, blues, and traditional rock, he began to develop his own unique sound and style.

Rather then get caught up in a particular musical genre when writing, Evan instead focuses on the particular merits of an individual song. To this day he lives by one musical rule; “ you know it when you hear it” referring to an indescribable groove or beat that any song may have – be it any style or form of music.

Today, Evan performs in local venues and performs solo in coffee houses and pubs. His passion continues to be writing and performing his own songs. Most nights when not playing or performing, Evan can be found in his home recording studio laying down tracks for one of his songs. Currently, he can be currently heard on his MP3.com website as well as on several local radio stations. Some day soon, Evan plans to expand his music market to a national level.