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Lauren Evans

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Origin  Los Angeles, CA
Role  Singer
Name  Lauren Evans

Years active  1997-present
Instruments  voice
Associated acts  Robbie Nevil
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Born  February 3, 1983 (age 32) (1983-02-03)
Occupation(s)  singer, songwriter, actress
Genres  Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Jazz
Nominations  Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year
Similar People  Trevor Guthrie, Richard Bedford, Armin van Buuren, Laura Jansen, Cindy Alma

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Lauren Evans (born February 3, 1983) is an American singer and platinum-selling songwriter. She is a ASCAP Award Winner and has written hit singles for Alexandra Burke, Monrose, Jordin Sparks, and Camila.

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Early life

Evans grew up in San Bernardino, California, the daughter of a pastor, John Evans, of Promise Keepers and Maranatha! Music; a Christian record label for which she has recorded several popular songs for. Evans' cover of "You're Worthy of My Praise" became an oft-played radio hit for the label.

Career

Lauren's musical career got an early boost from working with production duo Buster & Shavoni who featured her on DreamWork's Prince of Egypt soundtrack under the pseudonym Christian. "Didn't I," co-written by Evans, earned her a 1999 Stellar Award nomination for Contemporary Female Vocalist of the Year. Collaborating with producer Rex Rideout, another of her compositions "Brighter Days" was featured in the 2003 film The Fighting Temptations.

Evans has also made her mark on TV, contributing her voice to Disney mainstays such as That's So Raven, The Cheetah Girls, High School Musical, Jump In, Cory in the House. Lauren was also the singing voice behind Fox's animated series Bratz. Lauren's work on the series was released in 2006 as the compilation album Bratz: Genie Magic on Hip-O/Universal Music.

Over the years, Evans also became an in-demand session vocalist appearing on recordings by Yolanda Adams, Natasha Bedingfield, Corbin Bleu, Boney James, Will Downing, Mick Fleetwood, Heather Headley, Chaka Khan, The Isley Brothers, Ledisi, Latoya London, Barry Manilow, Nicole C. Mullen, Mýa, Ruben Studdard, Paul Taylor, Luther Vandross, Vanessa Williams, Charlie Wilson and the soundtrack of High School Musical 2.

To date, Lauren has made her biggest impact to date as a songwriter. Several songs penned for the NBC soap opera Passions led to two Emmy Award nominations for Evans. She has also worked with producers such as Robbie Nevil, will.i.am, Rex Rideout, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Rodney Jerkins, J.R. Rotem and others.

Evans co-wrote the hit single "One Step at a Time" for sixth-season American Idol winner Jordin Sparks. She has also scored international hits with German pop trio Monrose's "Even Heaven Cries" and British X Factor winner Alexandra Burke's "Bad Boys". In 2013, she co-wrote the song "Did I Lose You" performed by Giorgia and Olly Murs.

In February 2017, in celebration of her 34th Birthday, some of the Friends, Family and Peers of Evans produced a Mini-Documentary to commemorate her 20th Year in the Music Industry, which featured tributes from Harmony Samuels, Robbie Nevil and long-time collaborator and Grammy Award-Winning Producer Terry Lewis.

Stellar Awards

The Stellar Awards is a Gospel Music Awards in the U.S., honoring Gospel Music artists, writers, and industry professionals. Chicago based production company Central City Productions Inc. spearheaded by founder, chairman & CEO Don Jackson, has produced the show since its inception in 1985.

Daytime Emmy Awards

The Daytime Emmy Award is an American accolade bestowed by the New York–based National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in recognition of excellence in American daytime television programming.

BRIT Awards

The BRIT Awards (sometimes stylised as the BRIT Awards; often simply called the Brits) are the British Phonographic Industry's annual pop music awards.

Latin Grammy Awards

A Latin Grammy Award is an award by The Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences to recognize outstanding achievement in the Latin music industry. The Latin Grammy honors works produced anywhere around the world that were recorded in either Spanish or Portuguese and is awarded in the United States.

Billboard Latin Music Awards

The Billboard Latin Music Awards grew out of the Billboard Music Awards program from Billboard magazine, an industry publication charting the sales and radio airplay success of musical recordings. The Billboard awards are the Latin music industry's longest running and most prestigious award.

ASCAP Latin Music Awards

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is an American not-for-profit performance-rights organization (PRO) that protects its members' musical copyrights by monitoring public performances of their music, whether via a broadcast or live performance, and compensating them accordingly. ASCAP honors its top members in a series of annual awards shows in seven different music categories: pop, rhythm and soul, film and television, Latin, country, Christian, and concert music.

Guest features

Below is a list of songs that feature Lauren Evans as a lead or featured vocalist.

  • 1998: Christian (Lauren Evans) - "Didn't I"
  • 2001: Maranatha! Music - "You're Worthy of My Praise”
  • 2005: The Avila Brothers - "Play For Me”
  • 2005: Paul Taylor - "Anything You Say”
  • 2006: Andrae Crouch - "Yes Lord”
  • 2007: Paul Taylor - "A Love of Your Own”
  • 2009: The Latin Project - "Onda”
  • 2010: Mike Phillips - "Time of Your Life”
  • 2014: Armin van Buuren - "Alone"
  • 2015: Elektrik Hearts - "Maybe Tonight"
  • 2015: Shaan - "Light up the world"
  • 2016 Antillas & Alpha Force - "The Love"
  • Songwriting credits

    Below is a selective list of songs written or co-written by Lauren Evans.

    References

    Lauren Evans Wikipedia


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