Andy Evans helps rock rise from the dead with ‘Miracle’

There’s plenty of soul in Andy Evans rock album, Miracle, and the sounds coming from it are all good. In fact, from beginning to end this whole album remains triumphantly solid throughout. For anyone who complains rock is dead, Andy Evans has helped risen it from the dead.

Evans is influenced here from alt rock bands of the 90’s to classic rock bands of the 60’s and 70’s. Despite its old school influences, Miracle is as current and refreshing as anything else on radio. The title track has a taste of pop sprinkled with funk, while “Shape of Love” has a fun streak of ska mixed in. Follow it up with the seriously dark “Judas” and you’ve got a well-rounded album complete with Evan’s smooth crooner-esque vocals. In all seriousness, Miracle is one of rock music’s brightest moments of the year.


Author: Rob Perez

Rob Perez is a freelance writer who has been with The Music Universe early on. As a Correspondent for The Music Universe, you will find him writing reviews and live tweeting awards shows.