Indie artist Easy Evans describes his sound as “old school with a modern feel that leaves listeners in a state of relaxation”. The Peoria, Illinois native got his start in church, where he accompanied his grandmother’s gospel band. After graduating from Illinois State University, Easy moved to Washington D.C. to pursue his musical dreams, which include proving that soul music still lives. He certainly has a good foundation, as his musical influences range from James Ingram to Al Green.
Easy says that his new EP, At Ease was created around the concept that people gain more from positive experiences. With songs like May I, which describes asking for a hand in marriage, and Not Too Late, which explains his journey as an artist, Easy gives a clear picture of happy times. He is making music for the soul. Check out May I below and look for At Ease on iTunes.
Easy Evans – May I