The Eric Evans Project – Waves of Grace

The Eric Evans Project is a collaboration of talented musicians that produce original pop/smooth jazz music. This collaboration features Eric Evans who is a multi-woodwind instrumentalist. He plays flute, alto flute, EWI, (a unique sounding electronic woodwind instrument that can play many sounds) and alto sax. Eric has had the privilege of being a featured performer and music director at numerous churches and at special events. He began career as a professional musician early in high school in San Diego and did many recordings, touring with rock bands “Mutt” and “West.”

He has been a featured performer at a wide array of concerts, venues and churches in Southern California, Northern California, New Mexico and Arizona. He has produced three CD’s . Eric is inspired by diverse musical influences from classical to jazz to rock to new age that help define the diversity and passion in his music.

Here are some of the talented people who were involved in the making of Waves of Grace:  singer, guitarist, songwriter David Eugene Ivey,  smooth jazz pianist/recording artist Cecil Ramirez, engineer/producer bassist/programming Ralph Stover, who has done projects for Word Records, Point of Grace and Maranatha Records,  Brent Bourgeois of Bourgeois/Tagg who in recent years has worked with such artists as Michael W. Smith, Jars of Clay and Jaci Velasquez, contemporary recording artist and highly acclaimed smooth jazz guitarist Steve Laury,  guitarist Mike Roe, the front man for the critically acclaimed band the 77s.

Waves of Grace is is available at CDBaby.

Comments are closed.
%d bloggers like this: