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24 Hour Dream
  • Artist: Brent Evans
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884502070231
  • Item #: SRD207023
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/14/2009
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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24 Hour Dream on CD

Rochester Indiana's Brent Evans, probably doesn't want to be known as a country musician. His music is definitely contemporary pop, but it's got the right feel. Lots of acoustic guitar solid accessible vocals to make it right at home among the latest in contemporary country. That being said, you will probably think I'm crazy when you hear the 1st track on 24 Hour Dream. 'These daze' is a sax filled (courtesy of Tom Slagle) fancy R & B number that is about as far from country as you can get. Get a little deeper into the album though, and I think you will see what I mean. The relatively quiet (and more than a little sad) 'Anymore' is a pop ballad that showcases not only the strong voice of Evans himself, but also the captivating background vocals of Janel Frushour. 'Somewhere in Montana' makes the country connection complete with it's visions of cowboys under a big sky, and it too features Frushour (who I would like to hear more of). Ironically, one of the more overtly country songs on the album is one of the least successful. There's plenty that is successful on 24 Hour Dream. The sentimental 'Holding on as were letting go' is as good as almost anything coming out of Nashville these days. I'm not sure exactly where Evans would like to position his music, but there's no doubt that many a one hit wonder on country radio would be happy to have a voice as appealing as his. Add Evans' songwriting competency into the mix and you just might have the formula for music that could go somewhere. (EG)