Kay Meek Centre presents Brian Evans with Special Guest King Martin

Event Details

event, Music and Dance
Kay Meek Centre

Tickets: Adults $40 | Seniors $35 | Students $30 | Kids 12 & Under $10

VIP Package $75 – includes a CD and photo with Brian – available by phone (604) 981-6335

Groups of 10 or more 10% off – available by phone only.

Crooner Brian Evans returns to the country where his career began. With hits such as At Fenway, I’m a Traveler, and Creature, Brian will take to the stage in British Columbia for the first time in more than a decade. He brings with him a suitcase of music that has been heard on such popular TV shows as So You Think You Can Dance and Drop Dead Diva.

For more information, please visit Brian’s website at www.brianevans.com

In 1996, Evans moved to Vancouver where he performed at the Babalu Lounge and released his first album, Quite Frankly. It became the #1 best selling independently released CD in Canadian history. For the next two years he performed throughout Canada. His second Canadian release, Maybe This Time, outsold the first, and Evans was booked for a 377-show run at the Desert Inn in Las Vegas. He is the only artist ever to record a live CD at the Desert Inn. After the hotel was demolished, Evans opened for Jay Leno at The Mirage and then returned to Los Angeles where he made music for television and film.

Evans returned to perform in Las Vegas in 2005 as the opening act for Leno at The Mirage Resort and for Joan Rivers, but later moved back to Hawaii in 2010, where he produced and served as an opening act for the Maui Celebrity Series.

In 2011, Evans returned to Los Angeles and began work on his album My Turn with producer Narada Michael Walden.

In 2012 he released “At Fenway”. It became the first song to be licensed by Major League Baseball about the park in its history, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame added it to its library.

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