Australian rock band, Evol Walks, are stoked to announce their invitation to showcase in the upcoming Global Rock Summit (GRS) to be held in Hollywood, California, April 24-25, 2015. Evol Walks are one of just eight bands invited to perform.
They're loud. They're raw. They're memorable. And it seems that A&R Worldwide/MUSEXPO Founder & President, Sat Bisla agrees that Evol Walks are a band on the rise. On the back of two successful single releases and an Australian East Coast tour, the Hollywood based rockers are confident and pumped to represent Aussies with their back-to-roots, riff-driven rock at the Summit.
A highly respected international music conference, The Global Rock Summit will see many of the major players in the multi-billion dollar global rock music industry come together "with a view of helping to further stimulate a very buoyant but often overlooked sector of the music industry."
Formed in Australia and now based in Los Angeles, these quintessential Aussie rockers have spent the past twelve months in Hollywood California, recording a new EP with award-winning producer Brian Howes (Airbourne, Hinder, Simple Plan, Daughtry). Evol Walks have shared the stage with some of the best acts in the world including the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Killers and Dead Letter Circus and supported the likes of Everclear and The Presidents of The United States of America. Pairing impressive lyrics with powerful female vocals and catchy riffs, Evol Walks are set to create a buzz in the Aussie and American rock scenes.
Evol Walks have a few remaining shows in Australia before heading back to LA for the summit. They are then due to return to Oz in September to officially launch their new EP at the Mitchell Creek Rock N Blues Fest (18-21 Sept 2015).
Remaining shows for the current East Coast Buzzed Tour:
6th March - Ric’s Bar, Brisbane QLD
7th March - Back in the Day, Melbourne, VIC
12th March - Fitzy’s, Toowoomba, QLD
13th March - VIBE @ Indooropilly Hotel, Indooropilly QLD
14th March - Currumbin Creek Tavern, Gold Coast QLD
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