For such an unassuming guy in jeans and chucks – what a voice! He inhabited the stage and the room, playing an engaging set with personal lyrics and a genuine demeanour. it was a really special performance.”


Sydney singer songwriter Braden Evans would often raid his father’s record collection 
and make mix tapes of The Beatles as a child. This early passion for The Beatles spawned 
not only his love for music but also his pop sensibilities. Then influences like Pearl Jam and Jeff Buckley 
helped him shape the raw emotive and passionate voice that we hear today. 

No stranger to the stage, Braden spent the early to mid 2000's fronting hard rock outfit Rivers-End. 
Releasing their debut EP through Bonza Records.  
The band received radio play from Triple M and Triple J. With tours up and down the East coast of Australia,  
Rivers-End played alongside bands like; The Screaming Jets, Birds of Tokyo and Gyroscope. 

In a bold move to further develop his song craft, Braden sold all of his electric guitars and amps in exchange for an acoustic guitar and  began work with American producer Lamar Lowder. 
His debut solo album titled "Tempting the Thieves" was produced and released in November 2013 and afforded him the opportunity to perform at some great Australian venues such as the Enmore, Anita's Theatre, The Sydney Cricket Ground and ANZ Stadium, alongside some music industry legends  such as Richard Clapton, Billy Joel, Aerosmith and Van Halen. 

During the Covid lockdown in mid 2020 Braden Co-wrote a handful of Indie/Folk, Acoustic songs that are currently being used in TV shows around the world, most recently in the Netflix show ‘Who Killed Sara?’ and 'Stay Close'.