Evan Westfal | Gay Pirates

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Gay Pirates

by Evan Westfal

Cerebral yet playful pop, with hella-gay themes.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Gay Pirates
3:06 $2.50
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2. Free
3:09 $2.50
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3. Unchanging
3:03 $2.50
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4. If I Ever Loved
3:48 $2.50
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5. Your Shoes
4:26 $2.50
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Evan Westfal is a Canadian based singer-songwriter, actor, and vocal instructor. His music has been described as “playful,” “intellectual,” and “hella gay!” He is based out of Alberta, Canada and he consistently includes LGBTQ+ themes in his music.

Evan released his inaugural EP ‘Gay Pirates’ on November 11th 2016. The lyrical content of the EP is fun and playful, while retaining a cerebral integrity. Westfal describes the album as a series of lamentations and exaltations of a very gay love.

The album was inspired one valentines day when Westfal felt inundated by love songs. He noticed that although there were countless love songs, none of the material spoke to his perspective as a gay man. This lit a fire within Westfal to create a decidedly gay album. The lyric contact is autobiographic in nature.

When he isn’t performing in opera or musical theatre, Evan enjoys singing his original works. On June 2016 Evan played for the opening ceremony of the Edmonton Pride Festival. Outside of the realm of performance, Evan endeavours to enact social change through community work. He works for a program called fYrefly in schools, where he visits junior and senior high schools and educates students about the harmful effects of homophobia and transphobia. For over a decade, he has volunteered for Camp fYrefly, a youth leadership retreat for LGBTQ+ and allied youth.

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