Brian Evans is a singer, author, and partial owner of Point Motion Control, a patented technology that allows the hearing impaired, when using sign language, the ability to be heard via wifi by those who do not understand signing.
Brian is currently produced by Five-Time Grammy Award winner (and ten time nominee) Mervyn Warren for Quincy Jones Productions, and is now coordinating new and original material. He is co-creator of the forthcoming TV series, "Creature."
Brian's four fictional novels, "Horrorscope," "Horrorscope II," "The Funny Robbers," and "Savannah," are now available in paperback at Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble, or in audio book at Audible.com.
Brian's music is used on such popular TV shows at "BoJack Horseman" on Netflix, "So You Think You Can Dance," on ABC, and with a catalog over nearly 200 songs, his music is used constantly in TV, Film, and Commercials. He is currently featured in the new yearly issue of Music Supervisor Magazine. You can hear Brian on digital jukeboxes worldwide, and his YouTube videos have garnered more than 30 million views online for his videos "At Fenway," "Creature," and "Here You Come Again." He is the only artist to film a music video at The Bates Motel, approved by The Alfred Hitchcock Estate.
Despite being co-creator of a new TV series ("Creature") and his forthcoming new album, on January 18th, 2017, Brian Evans has announced his intent to run for Congress in the state of Hawaii.
His final novels "Horrorscope III," "Shark," "Prisoner Number" and an autobiography will be released this year.
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