Evan Brown | 220 Lincoln

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220 Lincoln

by Evan Brown

A unique display of songwriting and musicality, with influences from Sublime to The Beatles, this album is a blend of alternative-folk-rock, world, blues, and pop which yields a genre all its own.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Donde
3:33 $1.35
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2. What If
2:41 $1.35
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3. Dreamin'
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4. Wed
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5. Today
2:31 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Evan Brown's new EP, 220 Lincoln features many fantastic musicians including: bassist John Avila of Oingo Boingo, Mutator and Avila, guitarist Billy Watts of The Mojo Monkeys and Eric Burden and the Animals, drummer Dave Raven of The Mojo Monkeys and Mutator, Rick Geragi of Kid Brother, John Thomas of The Color Green and Max Mendoza of Sogo Takeover.

Born in raised in Los Angeles. Evan has had the bug for songwriting and performance from a very young age. As the son of a professional musician/singer-songwriter, John F. Brown, Evan has music in the blood and song in his heart, and has even been recognized by ASCAP for his compositions. 220 Lincoln is an extension of that love affair with music. It is a wide expression of Evan's abilities as a songwriter in the small format of an EPk, yet 220 Lincoln exhibits a common thread of strong vocals, great songwriting and composition everyone can enjoy.


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