Dustin Evans grew up in Wessington Springs SD, a town of almost 1,000 people, where his father Kyle Evans www.kyleevansonline.com was already well-known for his cowboy and rodeo music.
Dustin got involved in music at a very young age, influenced mainly by his father. He learned most of his dad's songs and was singing them with true pitch at the age of three. As a teen, Dustin taught himself to play guitar, drums, bass, and piano, and began writing his own songs.
After High School, Dustin started a band called the Outriders, and later joined Good Times (an already popular South Dakota act) in 1995. Good Times is comprised of extremely talented musicians with a wide range of influences and experience.
Gil Cunningham from TBA Entertainment heard the band and booked them for several major festivals over the next few years. Corporate sponsorships with companies like US Smokeless Tobacco and Roper Western Wear soon followed. They were playing bigger shows, performing original material, and further expanding their fan-base as a result.
The group's talent and likeability has spawned great friendships with some of the biggest names in country music,
which makes them very popular as an opening act for such artists.
Dustin Evans and Good Times has gone on to gain outstanding regional popularity, and Dustin has relocated to Nashville, TN, where he continues to further the band's success, as well as his own songwriting abilities.
Dustin has recorded four solo albums in Nashville, TN.
Dustin Evans - Man Behind The Mask
Dustin Evans - Just The Way She Goes
Dustin Evans - Getting On With My Life
Dustin Evans - Good Ol' Days To Come
After the untimely passing of country and cowboy legend, Chris LeDoux in 2005, Dustin spent five years touring with Chris's band, Western Underground. Dustin can also be found singing lead vocals on their Unbridled album.
Western Underground - Unbridled