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angela evans duo

ACOUSTIC COVER BAND

 

We are angela evans duo

 

Based out of the Lehigh Valley (PA), the Angela Evans Duo (AE Duo) performs acoustic cover music at a variety of venues. Mark Chocolas is a seasoned, talented guitarist who has played in several bands over the years. Angela Evans is a self-taught vocalist with a clean, sometimes raspy, vocals that penetrate the soul. Together they bring their own style to familiar songs. 

Photos by Wolfe Photography. Content for demo use only.

 

Vocals / Angela Evans
Guitar / Mark Chocolas

 
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Cover Songs

by Angela Evans Duo

songlist

 

 

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SONG

A Thousand Years
Baby Girl
Back On The Chain Gang
Before He Cheats
Big Yellow Taxi
Black Horse and a Cherry Tree
Black Velvet 
Borderline
Breakaway
Breathe
Brighter than The Sun
Closer To Fine
Come To My Window
Constant Craving
Dock Of The Bay
Ex’s and Oh’s 
Fire
Game Of Love 
I Want You Back
I’ll Follow You 
Imagine
Just Like Jesse James
Killing Me Softly 
Like the Way I Do
Love On The Brain
Mama, I’m Coming Home
Me & Bobby McGee 
My Oh My
Only The Lonely
Please Don’t leave Me 
Redneck Woman
Rock ’N Roll All Night
Same Old Love 
Second That Emotion 
Send My Love 
Stay 
Stuck Like Glue 
Suddenly I See
Take it Back 
Thank You
Walking On Sunshine
What’s Up
White Flag
Who Knew
Wild Horses
You Better Run
You’re In My Heart

 

ARTIST

Christina Perry
Sugarland
The Pretenders
Carrie Underwood
Joni Mitchell / Amy Grant
K.T. Tunstall
Alannah Myles
Madonna
Kelly Clarkson
Anna Nalick
Colbie Caillat
The Indigo Girls
Melissa Etheridge
K.D. Lang
Otis Redding
Elle King
Bruce Springsteen
Santana w/Michelle Branch
The Jackson 5
Shinedown
John Lennon
Cher
Roberta Flack / The Fugees
Melissa Etheridge
Rihanna
Ozzy Osbourne
Janis Joplin
Tristan Prettyman
The Motels
P!nk
Gretchen Wilson
Kiss
Selena Gomez
Smokey Robinson
Adele
Rihanna
Sugarland
K.T. Tunstall
Reba McEntire
Dido
Katrina and The Waves
4 Non-Blondes
Dido
P!nk
The Sundays / The Rolling Stones
Pat Benatar
Rod Stewart