Bryce Evans

Blues rock and Alt Blu Guitar Superpower

Hailing from the small town of Erie, Colorado Bryce Evans is a blues-rock legend in the making.  Bryce Has been playing guitar for 20 years in genres such as blues, rock, country, and classic acoustic blues and folk. Having a style labeled as, "Altblu" or "High-Octane Blues Rock" Bryce blends blues rock with a grundgy 90s and early 2000s rock sound.  

Bryce has been releasing a constant stream of music throughout 2022. His recent single "Grindstone" has been going over very well with the press!

~"As for the instrumental side, he’s simply blown us away with his use of emotion and drama through the rising suspense of the song’s sound. We had a feeling in the beginning that “Grindstone” would explode with a killer ending, but what came across our headphones absolutely blew past our expectations."~

In 2021 Bryce was endorsed by the KononyKheen guitar Company out of Russia. "You know I got the endorsement and I thought, "Cool, I'm making it somewhere now. Then a few short months later the whole caveman thing happened."

Later on that same year Bryce got to work with one of his all-time favorite producers, Kevin "The Caveman" Shirley. "Working with Kevin was something I NEVER imagined would happen in my lifetime. Kev was nice enough to mix a song for me. I still haven't released that one yet. It will come out at the right time. This coming just after the endorsement with KononyKheen I felt like things finally started too look up!"

September 2022, Bryce and his band Bryce Evans and The Black Cats opened up for national touring act Shinyribs at The Moxi Theater in Greeley, Colorado. Along side colorado groove and soul band Hand Turkey. "That was a fun experience. We had just hired our newest backup singer and I really wanted to show her talent off. We gave Eva Jerris her big solo at the end of the song and it went off like a  fire cracker! Having the chance to do shows like this are the reason I'm in this business. It was such a great honor to have the chance to open up for such a big national act." 

His latest release, "Sin's A Good Man's Brother" Released Sept. 5th of 2022. 



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"Considering that Bryce has been playing music for about 21 years, he’s clearly no stranger to the craft. However he’s really been releasing professionally over the past two years but is already proving to be quite prolific and focused in his releases. Specifically on “Grindstone”, although we’ve linked the lyricism to his personal story and rising the ranks through the music industry, ultimately the message could be found relatable in literally any industry. Unfortunately success doesn’t come overnight, but he’s projecting the optimistic message to keep your head down and grind it out through the tough moments. That’s 100% a vision we can back and one of our most positive takeaways from our multiple listens." ~

"Bryce Evans’ ‘Hurricanes’ demonstrates that he is a musician with extensive composing expertise. ‘Hurricanes’, his single, is a good song that is beautifully and passionately crafted and has acquired the capacity to keep the listener’s attention from beginning to end."


"There really is some superb rise and fall in Hurricanes. The song has a real blues rock feeling, but without us at any point losing interest as is always a danger in some styles of blues rock. The lyrics can get repetitive, the guitar solo can go on forever… not here. Bryce Evans has absolutely mastered the ability to hold the listeners attention from start to finish."

"‘Hurricanes’ has a soft rock vibe to the opening as the guitar flows through the soundscape. There is a bluesy touch to the rock sound as it rolls through you with the feeling of a coming storm. You can almost feel the hint of electricity in the air that precedes a thunderstorm or hurricane. The roll of storm clouds is clear through the verses as it builds to the whipping winds of the chorus. The rock pulses just before the chorus pours down are wonderful and perfectly build the tension that breaks in the chorus. There is a rich texture to the melody that is a pleasure to listen to. The guitar solo later in the track is utter perfection as it brings the wild winds of a storm and the lashing rain."

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