Introducing: Mo Evans

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Mo Evans is a 19 year old singer/songwriter who grew up in the tiny village of Path of Condie in Scotland.

As the son of producer Robin Evans and artist Sam Brown,  and grandson of the legendary Joe Brown, Mo was immersed in musical talent from a young age. He started to play the drums at just six years of age, and the guitar three years later.

Mo moved to London at sixteen for secondary school, and joined a band called Space Jelly.  The band soon folded, with Mo and band mate Tom forming a song writing duo.

Deciding it was now time to get serious about his music, Mo began writing and performing on his own.

With such an amazing musical heritage and influences drawn from the likes of Fleetwood Mac and Lou Reed, it’s hardly surprising that Mo has now written an impressive catalogue of tracks.

In the last 12 months, he has been gigging in London and also embarked on several European tours. Mo was also selected as the Silverstone Classic “Emerging talent of 2014″. This event saw him perform to 100,000 people as he warmed up for Bonnie Tyler.

Mo has recently released his debut EP “Spilled My Love”, which can be purchased from MoEvans.com.

About the author

Juliet is married with one daughter, a dog and a cat. She grew up in East London, but currently resides in Hertfordshire.

Having spent her formative years in the Mod scene, she has a lot of love for the 60’s...and the music of the Mod Father, Mr Paul Weller.

Juliet has always loved to write and began training to be a journalist, before ill health caused her to put her life on hold.

Two kidney transplants later, she still enjoys all kinds of writing, including poetry, and has had several poems published in various magazines and anthologies. She likes needlecraft, is big on animal rights and loves discovering brilliant new artists that the main stream media may have overlooked.

Last, but by no means least, she has a lot of love for two very talented Irish twins, you may know them as Jedward :)

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