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Evan Egerer, Devin Sinha, Kristina Valencia $8 8pm

Evan Egerer-There are songs that cut through a noisy crowd and invite audiences to stop and listen. Whether that’s from the sound of the voice, the melody, or the songwriting, Evan Egerer has songs that do just that. Beginning his acoustic rock music career in Tri Cities, WA, Evan has branched out across the West Coast and established himself as an artist worth watching.


Known for a powerful vocal style and a loop pedal technique that creates a full sound, Evan is not an artist who performs as background music. Stomping his way through buildups and playing through bleeding fingers, Evan’s live performances are not to be missed.


Taking cues from bands like Needtobreathe, The Civil Wars, and The Black Keys, Evan writes memorable riffs that combine with soulful vocals. As he travels with the 1967 Martin guitar he inherited from his father, his musical style is one that makes a statement and demonstrates more than just a musical hobby.


Since the release of his debut EP, he has gained airtime on independent radio stations across the nation. Driven on by critical acclaim for his musical style and vocals, Evan is ready to push forward and take his place among groundbreaking artists who have worked their way to the forefront of the music industry. It’s work, but it’s passion.


Devin Sinha is a singer/songwriter living in Seattle, hailing from Midwestern roots as he spent most of his life around Kansas City. His style is primarily acoustic indie/folk, mixing autobiographical flavors into his fiction of poetry and music. Songs tend toward narrative verse, with lyrics and feeling taking front row center, often complemented by guitar, keyboard, and bass.



It's been 9 years since Kristina Valencia started her Seattle music blog Find Your Fav. After all those years of interviewing bands, Kristina decided to be brave and share some of her own music with her closest friends. She made it a game - sharing snippets of music that captured specific emotions. Those snippets ended up becoming songs and those songs ended up becoming the tracks on her first EP release, Something To Hold.