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Brian Evans signs, then signs someone else

Singer gets deal worth millions, and then signs another band.

[youtube id=”OetP4Imx87s”] 03/28/2012 // New York, NY, USA // BEMG News // Mark Biltz

Brian Evans, the writer and singer of the instant classic “At Fenway,” has signed with Sense Music in Singapore.

Evans, whose genre has not caught on in America in the same way that it has in practically ever other country, has formed his own label.

“Process Records,” debuted in March, 2012. Distribution for the label has been secured in Asia, the US, and Canada. The new band signed by Evans is entitled “The Swamp Cats.”

Clips of their music may be heard at

“I’m happy to be doing what I like to do,” says Evans. “The U.S. will catch on in the same way they did Sinatra, on those rare occasions that they didn’t right away,” says Evans.

His own album, which will not be released on his own label, is produced by Narada Michael Walden, the Grammy winning producer who launched Whitney Houston, and who produced “The Bodyguard” soundtrack for the pop star. Walden also produces Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, George Michael, and Mariah Carey. it will debut in Asia in April.

Evans is also the creator of the in-development graphic novel, video game, and motion picture “Horrorscope.” Evans and Narada Michael Walden have already written it’s theme song.

“Horrorscope will be what I am known for. I just happened to also sing,” says Evans.

Evans has been asked to write a song for NASCAR.

“I’m doing the Nascar song, but that’s the only one I’m going to write after “At Fenway” that is sports related. I’m not that kind of machine. I don’t do that thing,” says Evans. “Songs come to me, they always have.”

Although approached to write a song for the Celtics, Bruins, and Patriots, Evans has declined all offers to do so.

“Life is short. I don’t do that sort of thing. We’re all lucky if we get another fifty years,” he says. “I don’t pretend.”

His song “At Fenway,” has already been entered into The National Baseball Hall of Fame, and licensed by Major League Baseball. His deal with Sense, according to his mother, Helen Bousquet, is “worth millions, he’ll be fine. He’s always alright. My only concern about Brian is lonliness, but he seems to like it. He has no social life. He works all day, all night. That’s the only thing that bothers me.” “At Fenway” debuted at #3 on, worldwide.

“I only wish he would enjoy what he’s already done more,” says his mother Helen. “He’s so worried about what other people think. He needs to stop that.”

For more information on Brian Evans, visit or watch Brian Evans and William Shatner on YouTube.

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