Kihei, Hawai'i , United States
|| 00, 1970
Oct 08, 2018 06:39pm
|Info||Brian Evans was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts in 1970. |
Prior to entering the fray of politics, Brian Evans was a singer who not only headlined in Las Vegas, but was actually awarded his "own day" in a proclamation by Mayor Oscar Goodman in 2001. You may also recognize Brian from his appearances as an actor on ABC's "Full House" and "Beverly Hills, 90210," as well as the New Line Cinema movie "Book of Love" and Disney's "Barefoot Executive." He has performed "The Star Spangled Banner" 20 times at major league baseball games, and remains the only anthem singer to have his own baseball card through Upper Deck. He also authored the 1994 book "Dreamer."
The recipient of numerous accolades from such political figures as Senator Ted Kennedy, Senator Harry Reid, President Bill Clinton, President George Bush, President George Bush, Sr., President Gerald Ford, Congressman Jim Gibbons, and Senator John Ensign (to name a few), Brian Evans believes his experiences with people, and in his own life, set the foundation to be a powerful figure among the working class.
Brian Evans now resides in Wailea, Hawaii on the island of Maui, is working on a new album, and is authoring a new book entitled "My Awkward Life."