*all my tracks are downloadable. put me on your digital music devices and play me for your friends! many thanks.*
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"Bryan always has something to say, and his irresistable tunes and classic pop arrangements are the sugar that helps the medicine go down. His uplifting and fun indie pop songs about self-discovery, humanity, and love lost and found attempt to transcend current mainstream music trends and I think will come to represent a unique, refreshing new voice in the world of rock music."-
"Singer/songwriter Bryan ... takes an organic, simple-but-not-simplistic approach to his newest recording, Put Your Hand Out, which he wrote, performed, engineered, and produced. Unlike many coffee shop-dwelling singer/songwriters of the day who are content with four chords and a handful of melodramatic songs about relationship struggles, Bryan’s brand of rock club-worthy folk pop is all about uptempo grooves, soft-loud dynamics, and youthful vocalisations of youth, spirituality, existential musings, self-discovery, and of course, love. Accordingly, the music paces itself; bursting with verve one moment, and taking its time the next, without ever sagging. To [his] credit, he simply lets emotions be what they are, allowing neither sweetness nor bitterness to dominate. Without a doubt, the young artist's confidence in his endeavors, be they writing music for indie film soundtracks to come or twiddling knobs on the mixing board, speaks for itself." – Kevin Jahi Johnson, blogger
"Bryan [Evershed] is a singer/songwriter in the Alt Folk Rock vein, but...rather than going for the Bob Dylan/Bruce Springsteen/Neil Young thing, he actually sounds a whole lot more like classic Alternative singers like Robert Smith of The Cure or Jay Aston of Gene Loves Jezebel. The songs are largely acoustic based, but are fully formed with drums and bass. "Jejune", "Motion Of You" and "Both Of Us With Everyone" are all fine songs and feature strong writing and arranging..." –Peter Braidis, Indie-music.com