About

Evie (Evelyn) Clair began developing her natural musical gifts at the age of two. Her mother was a music teacher in Arizona and she taught Evie to accompany herself on the piano before she could read. By age seven Evie was performing professionally on the stage and writing original music. By age 12 Evie had won several talent competitions, created a successful YouTube channel and had an original song used for a movie soundtrack. At age 13 Evie Clair appeared on NBC’s America’s Got Talent where she lost her beloved father to cancer just before appearing on the finals. She returned with a reserved but stunning performance of What a Wonderful World which was her father’s favorite song. Her mother and four other siblings supported her in her growing career and increased travel schedule over the following year. Her original pop album Okay Day held top 50 on the iTunes Pop Chart for a time and included a special song dedicated to her late father. Just as Evie turned 15 Delta Airlines used her single in their holiday campaign Kindness Connects Us and she was the headliner for a long-running Christmas show in Reno, Nevada called The Unbelievables. Evie’s love song duet cover album Valentine was released in February of 2019 and she plans to perform in many more cities around the world before she turns 16.