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There will be a benefit for Firefighter Mike Mays of the Houston Fire Dept. station 46 on the B-Shift Sunday August 3rd from Noon to Midnight at the Firehouse Saloon, for directions go to www. firehousesaloon. com. All proceeds will help offset some of the expenses the family has accumulated. Mike battled cancer for months and passed away on June 24th so please come out and show your support for your fellow brother firefighter, there will be live entertainment, BB-Q dinner, raffles and more. Thanks for all your support and we hope to see everyone there. Josh Ward, Jason Cassidy, John Slaughter, and Brison Bursey will be on stage from 6:30 - 9:00pm doing a 4 man Jam, and at 9:30 John Evans and Cory Morrow will take the stage. Come on out and show your support for a fallen firefighter. There will be a $10 cover, that gets you a BB-Q plate, and all the great entertainment. See ya'll there everything starts at Noon and runs till midnight.
Sounds Like: Stephen Stills, John Martyn, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Alice in Chains
Label: MK Ultra, Pigstock Records
John Evans grew up in the small rural town of Denbigh in North Wales and after finishing school and Art college embarked on an album debut with his school friends Alan and Linda Thompson under management contract with the Windings recording studio home to resident drummer Steve Washin...See Full Bio
“John has proven that he can deliver both more traditional sounding tracks and more experimental electronic tracks. It is this contrast that makes Still Got The Blues a really interesting listen. “Coming Home” is one of Still Got The Blues' standout tracks. A driving rhythm, some excellent percussion work (courtesy of Jan Back) and a catchy melody make it one of the most memorable tracks.The tail end of the album is where things get shaken up, and the direction changes - “Tranquility” is perhaps the most interesting offer on the album, combining the organic instrumentation with electronic sampling. It shows Evans' creative side in a different light. Joining Evans on Still Got The Blues are numerous friends and musicians, including fellow Redhill members Alan and Linda Thompson. Lindas vocals can be heard throughout Still Got The Blues and her harmonies add a sweetness and different shade to Evans, particularly on “Blue,” “Still Got The Blues For You” and “Fisherman's ”