Jack Evans

Musical Artist

1953 –


Who is Jack Evans?

Jack Evans is an American musician and songwriter.

Evans, a 1978 graduate of Boston's Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor of Music Composition Degree, went on to form the award-winning band Reverend Zen. The New York band's first album was Angels, Blues, and the Crying Moon on Blakjak Music Records, Anamosa Songs ASCAP c2006. He's won seventy songwriting and performance awards with Reverend Zen around the world including:

2011/12 ASCAP Plus Award - N.Y.C.

2010/11 ASCAP Plus Award - N.Y.C.

2010 Semi Finalist UK Song Contest - London, UK

2009/10 Artist of the Year Nomination & 2009/10 Song of the Year Nomination with 9 Finalist Awards ABC Radio Networks Fame Games Effigy Awards, Costa del Sol Spain / N.Y.C.

2009/10 ASCAP Plus Award - N.Y.C.

2009 Semi Finalist UK Song Contest - London, UK

2009 Semi Finalist Australia Song Contest - Sydney, Australia

2008/09 Artist of the Year Nomination and 7 Finalist Awards ABC Radio Networks Fame Games Effigy Awards - Costa del Sol, Spain / N.Y.C.

2008/09 ASCAP Plus Award - N.Y.C., 2 Finalist Awards

2008/09 Unisong International Song Contest - Los Angeles

2008 Best Song Nomination Los Angeles Music Awards - Los Angeles

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Mar 3, 1953
United States of America
  • United States of America
  • Berklee College of Music

on July 23, 2013


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