Ned Evett's powerful singing, songwriting, and pioneering use of mesmerizing, mirrored-glass fretless fingerboards have added a new dimension to the contemporary roots and blues scene.
Winner of the 2003 North American Rock Guitar Competition, Ned was featured in the 2004 PBS Television documentary "Driven To Play ". This film documents Ned's victory in the event, and aired in all US states and parts of Canada.
Following the film's premier, Ned began a series of tours with artists such as Jonny Lang, Eric Johnson, George Thorogood, and Robert Cray. From October 2010 through January 2011, Ned embarked on a three month world tour with grammy nominated artist Joe Satriani.
Described by USA Today as “the entertaining master of the fretless guitar” and “the world’s first fretless guitar rockstar” by Guitar Player Magazine, Ned is based in his hometown of Nashville TN. He is currently working on his new album with legendary musician Adrian Belew.
Ned's latest release, "Treehouse" is a fourteen original song compilation of blues tinged melodies, produced by Adrian Belew.
Ned uses Peavey amps and Republic Resonators.