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Jazz Virtuoso Evan Mustard Makes His Guitar Cry In 'Sunflower' Song

 
                                                                                                          Evan Mustard

                                                                                                         Evan Mustard

If you ever want to try the experience of a lifetime, try this one. Close your eyes, take a pair of headphones and tune in to Evan Mustard's latest single, Sunflower. For all you music fans, especially jazz fans, Evan Mustard is a name you should keep in mind. Being around the area of Portland and in the state of Oklahoma for a while, the talented jazz guitarist is pretty active in order to continually improve his craft.

 
 Evan Mustard

Evan Mustard

 

 

Albeit his immense talent is undeniable, Evan doesn't just stick to that to make his passion a true living art. By performing with admirable artists and bands like the Lyric Theatre, the Norman Philharmonic, the Jumptown Big Band, the Vanport Big Band, Cherry Blossom among others, he also shares the knowledge of his craft with the youth being himself a Program Coordinator (Youth Music Project).

Having plenty of experience by performing in many festivals and venues after graduating from jazz studies in 2013, Evan is one musician you definitely want to invite for a night show. The virtuoso has worked alongside well known guitarists such as Gilad Hekselman, Rotem Sivan, Bruce Forman, and John Stowell. In consequence of all that, you'll understand why we say he makes his guitar cry in his song Sunflower. 

 
 

When you catch the melody of all the instruments, from the guitar to the bass and drums, then, and only then can you see the dreamland where Evan's guitar takes you. Everyone has a way of imagining things when the eyes are shut, but no one can truly live it in the real world. That's why when you tune in to Sunflower, take the time to listen from start to finish. Because it's the only way you'll be able to feel the magic that makes this track whole.