Evie Clair sings this song by Calee Reed for her mom on Mother’s Day. The lyrics are brilliant because they incorporate several LDS Primary songs familiar to millions of members. If you grew up going to primary, how many can you find? It started with rock-a-bye, comforting when Id cry All in her own style Then popcorn before my eyes,
I love my fans and I want you all to know it so when you request songs, I’ll pull out a phone and try to get them covered. Thank you for all the great requests. Keep ’em comin’. A Thousand Years (Christina Perry) See You Again (Charlie Puth) Thinking Out Loud (Ed Sheeran) Riptide (Vance Joy) More to
Rachel Platten, who wrote Fight Song, recently released this beautiful song called Stand By You. Evie Clair and her brother and sister are covering it here. “Stand By You” Hands, put your empty hands in mine And scars, show me all the scars you hide And hey, if your wings are broken Please take mine so yours can open too
Evie had the opportunity to sing the theme song Together for the movie Once I Was a Beehive. This was the result of a competition on Giggstage.com. Here she is performing at the premier. What an amazing experience working with the producers of Sararov Approach on this amazing new film. This movie is an instant classic in our home.
What are WordsPracticing with Josh for Saturday’s benefit concert. Still working on it, but I love this song. Posted by Evie Clair on Sunday, July 19, 2015 This video is just a practice. To see it live, we hope you can make it to Mesquite Jr. High Saturday night July 25th for Mason. Josh and Evie will be singing along
Evie Clair’s parents met at BYU and their family loves to watch a BYU sketch comedy group called Studio C. These Hunger Games parodies for the Hunger Games movie (specifically part 1 of finale: Mockingjay) were created by Studio C and covered by Evie Clair with her siblings. It’s amazing because there is no sheet music available for these parodies.
Evie has been invited to sing “God Bless America” at the 2015 Baroque Ball for the Jolee-Jaffa Music Foundation on March 21st in Northeast Mesa, Arizona. “Our inspiration for our gala event is drawn from the Italian Baroque period which produced the world’s greatest musicians. It was an era known for its brilliance, opulence and passion which we hope