Tue, 15 April 2014
As the drummer of Soulive, Alan Evans has played several concerts over the years, but the biggest event is always the band's two-week Brooklyn Bowl residency known as Bowlive. Over a backstage beer during Bowlive 5, Evans gives a brief history of the tradition and shares his daily routine on a gig day. Alan explains what it's like to feed off the energy of the audience, his bandmates, and any number of special guests that frequently sit in with the band. He reveals it's this same energy that inspired the Alan Evans Trio to record their latest album, Woodstock Sessions Vol. 1, live in a room full of friends.