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Denver Evans is no stranger to the music business. At age 12, he began learning to play piano, and within a year, he was performing with his father's band around East Tennessee.
In 1994, he started touring the country with different road bands, getting his feet wet for bigger and better things to come. Within three years, Denver moved to Nashville and landed a keyboard playing position with country singer, Trini Triggs, who was signed with Curb Records.
He toured the United States with Trini, performing at well-known venues such as Billy Bob's in Forth Worth, Texas, Buck Owens Crystal Palace and others. Denver also had the opportunity to perform on TNN's Prime Time Country television show.
Denver flew to Ecuador, South America in 2001 with a band formed for the Armed Forces Entertainment organization. They toured Ecuador, performing for the United States Air Force and also played a private show for the Ambassador to Ecuador during a 4th of July celebration.
Later in 2001, Denver struck out on his own and formed his own band. He was picked up by a national booking agent and was touring the country, opening for big named country acts like Montgomery-Gentry, Mark Chestnut and others.
After several years of touring with his own band, Denver decided to come off the road and spend some much needed time with his wife and young children.
In September of 2014, he began performing as the house entertainment at Tom & Earl's Back Alley Grill in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. He is thoroughly enjoying his residency there, entertaining folks from all over the world.
Denver is currently writing new songs and working on his own recording studio and record company.