Bob Evans learned to play the guitar at an early age. He is self-taught and was originally from 'Hell Fire Corner', England in the UK, but now lives in Sussex. He plays various styles, which include slide guitar, blues, rock and country. Bob recalls, "making music always seemed to be in my blood for as long as he can remember". He has played in various bands over the years and admits to being addicted to the guitar and making music. Today he mainly writes and performs his own material. He has compiled some of his songs onto two current albums. The first album is called 'See the Light'. This second album, called 'I Wanna be Everywhere', is a song collaboration with lyricist Paul Foreman.
Musical influences have been many over the years. In the beginning, it was straight rock and roll Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran, Chuck Berry then have course the Beatles. George Harrisons Guitar always inspired Bob. Those little guitar rifts always seemed to be trickier to play than they actually sounded! Bob has always been a Blues fan, greatly influenced by such artists as BB King, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix.
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