“San Diego’s musical melting pot was further stirred with the addition of Northern California transplant, Lou Evans.
At San Diego’s Stage Bar and Grill, Evans dared the audience to harmonize with him on Marvin Gayes’ “Sexual Healing.”..a couple adventurous souls attempted to harmonize. The singing may not have matched Evans’ vocal ability, but the interaction from the audience made for a very entertaining acoustic show. “I want to connect with people…my songs are open to their interpretation,” commented Evans on his performance style. The former baseball player, turned musical artist, crafted his own soulful alternative style into Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours” and Pearl Jam’s “Black.” The formula worked and star potential can definitely be seen in Evans’ talent, however, his down-to-earth demeanor is perhaps a result of the dichotomy that exists in his singing philosophy that is “soaring, soulful, alternative rock w/beautiful elements of darkness to light”