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Evangeline

Crafting genuine alternative country rock and roll compositions, moving amid inspirational signifies of traditional folk-rock design and stirring bits of pop/rock and roll, Evangeline present passionate themes, enlightened by poignant lyrics and heartfelt melodies. Chris Cline, previously a member from the Inexpensive Ones, made a decision to discovered Evangeline in Seattle in 1998, and was later on joined up with by vocalist Jennifer Potter. Becoming a member of the band down the road had been Kevin Suggs (pedal metal/acoustic guitar), Scott Summers (bass), and Kevin Warner (drums). Evangeline after that began playing at several musical occasions across a variety of places, eventually determining to record their debut recording in 2000. Suggs, whose credits included works together with bands just like the Walkabouts, Ramona, and vocalist Heather Duby, guaranteed the creation for Evangeline’s debut recording. Felt Like House, the group’s 1st full-length disc, strike record shops in 2001, attaining surprising outcomes and attaining substantial praise from your media.

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