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"Meet the Musicians - Eveneye"

Brooklyn-based quartet Eveneye's music is a funky, groove-based form of pop-rock. Front woman Laurel sparkles and flirts with the audience, performing jazzy melodies over the band's eclectic grooves. The band's overall sound is light-hearted, almost goofy at times, but listen closely, the darker meaning behind Laurel's soothing tones reveals the band's delightfully slightly twisted nature. - Steve and the Tank .com

"Derby-Palooza [review]"

Eveneye then worked their magic. I swear, this group is going places. A simple, classic 4-piece set – Matthew James on bass, Wayne Van Zee on [drums], Jeff Perkins on [guitar] and Laurel “Stuffit� Woodhouse singing and dancing – transformed into a vehicle of poetry in motion. Clever, imaginative lyrics, sung with a wonderfully expressive style, a solid backbeat, and ingenious counterpoint on the bass and guitar. The flexibility in Laurel’s voice is only paralleled by her flexibility while dancing. Ohmigod the dancing. I’m telling you, this group has the style, the skills, the panache, and the moves. Mama Stuffit got a hand for supplying libations midway through the set, but if she’s not in the house next time, give Narco a holla. I’ll gladly buy you all a round any time you play. - Bobby Narco


Eveneye is currently recording for a 2008 release.



Four strangers, all with birth certificates stamped "Kansas", cross paths under one roof in Brooklyn, NY during winter of 2006. A vivacious singer-songwriter/roller derby queen, a mad scientist guitarist, an intense and outrageous bassist, and a pensive and precise drummer fuse their unique talents and musical roots to form Eveneye.

Their sound is truly original and their collection of songs transcends classification. From Rock to Bluegrass by way of funk and reggae beats, Eveneye blends musical styles in a sophisticated fashion without forgetting about those who just came to dance. Mixing up tempos, dynamics, and intensity from track to track they ensure that listeners get their money's worth from every show.

Starting out playing modest gigs for friend's parties, Eveneye quickly sank its melodic teeth into the New York City music scene, captivating audiences at venues such the Knitting Factory, Galapagos, Trash Bar, Lit, and Arlene's Grocery. Eveneye is currently recording tracks for an upcoming album, which they plan to support by continued shows both inside the 5 boroughs and beyond.