Stanley M. Evans is a native New Yorker who knew early in life that he wanted to be a singer. His childhood environment was always filled with music and ultimately got into his blood as well as his siblings and they began to either form groups or they joined one. At the age of 15, Stan formed a group which led him to his first taste of being a professional singer when he eventually joined “Eddie And The Starlights.” This group got him into a studio and eventually it led to a recording deal which put them on the road and sealed his fate.
When the Army came calling in 1966, Stan had accomplish what he considers to be a critical part of becoming an entertainer… he determined that he wanted to sing mre than anything else. It wasn’t very long after making that decision and entering the Army that he met another singer by the name of George Chandler; and, as they say…the rest is history.
The Four Kents was launched in Rome Italy with the signing of a record deal with the Italian division of RCA. The group performed throughout Italy and other places in Europe and thus…the dream was realized, for a boy from New York. A man who now spend his time coaching and counseling young artists, who have the same passion he had, about getting into the entertainment business. Many of his recollections and strategies will be revealed in this very personal interview about what is required behind the scene if you are to survive and matriculate through the many trappings of the music business and ultimately be successful.
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