Robert Bush 5 p.m., March 22
George Dreyer: Bass guitar | Duncan Moore: Drums | Wayne Nelson: Bass guitar | Rob Whitlock: Organ | Dennis Caplinger: Fiddle | Caroline Martin: Vocals | Diane Day: Vocals | Jeddie Day: Vocals | John Mathias: Vocals | Paul Chapman: Drums | Cheryl Cohan-Evans: Percussion | Kim Evans: Guitar (electric) | Cat Jefferson: Vocals | Sheryl Roccofort: Vocals
RIYL: Spyro Gyra, the Dregs, Steve Morse, Al DiMeola
Inception: San Diego, 2005
Influences: Duane Allman, Steve Morse, Lowell George, Dickie Betts, Eric Johnson, Leon Russell, Joe Walsh, Terry Kath, Steve Miller, Barry Bailey, Jimi Hendrix, Keith Emerson, Jeff Beck, Johnny and Edgar Winter, Robin Trower, Billy Gibbons, Eric Clapton, Toy Caldwell, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Pete Townshend, Django Reinhardt, Steve Gaines, Ken Wynn
A music theory and composition major and songwriter, Kim Evans has written music that has received airplay on commercial radio and music beds for both radio and television spots in addition to pieces performed by brass and woodwind ensembles and choral groups around the country.
Evans's first release, Funkmaster, is an instrumental progressive rock/jazz fusion project. The album includes "Hollywood’s Planet" and "Garden Walk," which is currently the theme music for the popular podcast Washington Travelcast.