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Golden Ivy

by Evelyn Cormier

Haunting and Emotive, nostalgic and contemplative
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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Album Notes
Evelyn Cormier comes from the mountains and valleys of New Hampshire. Her
voice has been described as rich and wild, uniquely her own, a sweet blend
of magic and musical madness. Billboard Magazine said of Evelyn's singing,
“If you close your eyes, drink chamomile, it’s like being transported back to
some lost Lilith Fair performance, circa 1998”. Her songwriting is at once
melodic and melancholy, lulling listeners into another time and place.
With eclectic influences that range from the Cure to Lana Del Ray,
the Cranberries to Dinosaur Jr, her unique sound is hauntingly beautiful
and contemplative, yet at the same time universal and accessible.

Evelyn began performing in church when she was 10, with her father
accompanying her on the guitar. After her father taught her a few chords, it
wasn’t long before Evelyn was playing guitar for herself. By the age of 13,
she was writing her own songs. By the age of 14, she was fronting a church
band that consisted mostly of adults. By the age of 15, she was performing
paid gigs at local events and coffee houses, including numerous
appearances at the Acworth Music Festival and the Claremont Opera

Evelyn graduated school at the age of 16 and started pursuing her
music career full time. By the age of 17, she was hired as the worship
leader for Lake Sunapee Baptist Church in Sunapee, New Hampshire.
Evelyn’s recording career began in April 2017, with the release of her debut EP
Ghost. Six more singles followed. Her first music video for her song “Let It
Run,” was released 03 June 2017; it has been viewed over 300,000 times. A
second music video, for her song “Nickels and Dimes,” was released on 18
March 2018.

In addition to writing and recording, Evelyn appeared in Season 5 of the
TLC network’s reality television show, 90 Day Fiancé. Her appearance on the
show further expanded her sizable online following. The program featured
a number of Evelyn’s original songs, including “Carte Postal,” “Let It Run,”
and “Lost.”

In December 2018 Evelyn began working at Rocking Horse Studio with
award-winning producer Brian Coombes on her latest single, “Yard Sale
Guitar’ released 07 January 2019. The song features Rocking Horse Music Club veterans Eric Wagley(drums), Brenden Harisaides (bass), Patrik Gochez (guitar), Myron Kibbee
(guitar), and Brian Coombes (keys).

In March of 2019, Evelyn auditioned for American Idol and was given a golden ticket as well as high praise from all the judges especially Katy Perry who said, “Literally one of the most favorite voices I have ever heard in my life.'' Evelyn went on to share the stage with her icon, Chris Isaak, singing a duet of his sultry hit, “Wicked Game” that landed her a spot in the top 14 as well as more praise from the judges. Luke Bryan said, “It’s like I got a front row seat to a really special moment. Your voice has so many undertones that are so special…”. Lionel Richie said of Evelyn at her farewell performance, “I’m a fan. This is not the end by any chance, this is probably the beginning of a very long career, I love your voice…”.

Evelyn released her first single after American Idol, ‘Peach Skies’ on June 21st followed by an official video.

Evelyn was awarded ‘Best New Voice’ in June 2019 by New Hampshire Magazine. She spent the summer touring New England playing festivals, events and venues opening for bands. She opened for Chris Isaak at The Mayo Performing Arts Center as well as The Tupelo in Derry, NH where she sang a duet with Chris, this time it was his classic, ‘You Can’t Do A Thing’. She also opened for 10,000 Maniacs as well as The American Vinyl All Star Band where she shared the stage with many notable rock legends such as Jeffery “Skunk” Baxter, Barry Goudreau, Robert “Mousey” Thompson, Leroy Romans, Wally Palmer, Conrad Korsch, Brian Quinn, Mark Mcgrath, and Matt Sorum.

Evelyn was nominated for two New England Music Awards in August of 2019, one for ‘Best Song’ for “Yard Sale Guitar’ and the other for ‘Best Of New Hampshire’. She went on to win “Best Of New Hampshire”.

Evelyn moved to Los Angeles in August 2019, California to further pursue her music career where she signed with management, Kevin Allyn, former President of King World Productions.

Evelyn joined The Rocking Horse Music Club in the UK in November of 2019 to perform at the ‘An Evening of Anthony Phillips and Mike Rutherford solo albums’. Evelyn sang Ant Phillips song, ‘Something Blue” which she recorded for the tribute album.

While in England in November 2019, Evelyn headlined the award winning Green Note in London.



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