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Christine Evans
Still only 14 years old, Christine Evans has been singing and writing songs since she was seven. Her lyrical readings of hook-laden addictive songs; some sweet, some bittersweet, some so dark and haunting they are truly transcendent, echo back through a history of pop masterpieces from Sarah McLachlan, Alanis Morissette and Avril Lavigne to Joni Mitchell, and a teenaged Marianne Faithful's ("As Tears Go By").

With her career's momentum building, Christine has performed multiple times in western Canada including the Victoria Folk Festival and appeared on CTV's nationally broadcast Canada A.M. She's also an Artist Ambassador for Kids Help Phone; $1 from each CD sold is donated to the organization. Still a kid herself, Christine Evans has released a superb, debut CD and emerged as one of music's great, young talents.
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Christine Evans
Take Me Home (single)

"Take Me Home" is a sensitive narrative about feeling alone and isolated. It is driven by a powerful melody and Christine's heartfelt vocal. "Time For Me" has an even more addictive pop hook launching another insightful lyric about being free and independent. As Evans explains, the song's strong messege is I can make it without some guy. Includes Bonus DVD and French version of the Single

Christine Evans Take Me Home (Full Length Album)

release date: 1/25/2005
Christine Evans is the latest young singer/songwriter to emerge from a Vancouver Island music scene that has given the world Nelly Furtado and Diana Krall. After winning the Island Music Award song of the year Christine is ready to release her first full Length Album. The album features 10 new tracks and new versions of "Take Me Home" and "Time Fore Me". The album was produced, engineered and mixed by Tom Hall at Seattle's Earworks Audio. The album also features 4 tracks arranged and conducted by Paul Buckmaster. Christine is an Artist Ambassador to Kids

Christine Evans
I'm So Alone (single)