Evelyn Rubio at Emmit's Place

Evelyn Rubio

When:
April 22, 2017 @ 9:30 pm – April 23, 2017 @ 1:30 am
2017-04-22T21:30:00-05:00
2017-04-23T01:30:00-05:00
Where:
Emmit's Place
4852 Benning Dr
Houston, TX 77035
USA
Cost:
$5
Contact:
713-728-0012
Evelyn Rubio @ Emmit's Place | Houston | Texas | United States

Evelyn Rubio will be heating up the stage with a night of great music and fun! Head on over, grab some tune and a tasty cocktail and enjoy a night of fun!

About Evelyn Rubio

Evelyn carries a theme in her heart that “The blues has no borders”. Born in Mexico (Neza City) and raised through her formative years in Mexico City, she has been performing since and early age. By her mid-teens, Evelyn was earning a living as a rock and pop singer with various established bands in and around Mexico City. AT 19 she began learning the saxophone and writing songs as well. Then in 1999 Evelyn recorded and released her first album “Evelyn Automarginados” which is a wonderful funky blues collection of music.

A few years later, Evelyn emigrated to Houston, Texas and sign a multi-year album contract with the late, great Calvin Owens, a BB king band leader. Mr. Owens would produce Evelyn’s second release, “La Mujer que Canta Blues”. During the production of her third release, “Hombres”, Mr. Owens unfortunately passed and Evelyn continued to produce and finish the album along with Andy Bradley.

In 2011 Evelyn became a member of The James Boogaloo Bolden Blues Band (the last BB king band leader) playing at festivals and went on to release an album in 2013 titled, “No News just The Blues”. Time moved forward and with the much anticipated release of “Hombres” the CD received the nomination for The Jimi Awards as International Release of the year 2015 and then on March 8th 2016 due to an overwhelming number of spins by Disc Jockeys of “Hombres” nationwide Evelyn moved to number 1, number 3, and number 6 respectively – charting on the internationally recognized Billboard Magazine. She charted at #1 Latin Pop Album – #3 Latin Album – and #6 Blues Album.

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