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by The Reverend Evan Hadley

Pop/rock grooves to shake your booty, with a little mellow jam to spread on your romance toast like butter. Like butter baby!
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Everyday Moments
4:18 $0.75
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2. Superstar
4:25 $0.75
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3. The Last Thing On My Mind
4:40 $0.75
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4. Juliet
4:03 $0.75
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5. Jambalaya (Live)
5:30 $0.75
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6. Beautiful Weather (Live)
5:56 $0.75
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7. All You Want (Live)
7:17 $0.75
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Reverend Evan Hadley was a rock/pop band performing the in Portland, OR area at some of the eastside's hottest and most respected bars and nightclubs. Evan's good looks and smooth vocals kept many a fan swooning and always made for a hot show. Unfortunately, there is very little recorded material of this group. Members were band leader and front man Evan Hadley on vocals and guitar (nicknamed the Reverend because he became an internet minister to conduct a marriage for some friends), Noah Peterson on sax, Jay Stapleton on guitar and Rob Noe on drums. Other members included Cliff Koufman (original drummer) on percussion, Amor Agarri on percussion and a list of bass players, many bass players. Luke McKearn was by far the favorite, but he left the group to study music shortly after recording the 4 studio cuts on the record and we never really did get the right fit after that. Good times - we hope you enjoy the music we made for years to come.

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