Evie Clair Covers Bruno Mars “Talking To The Moon” With New Duet
Evie Clair Has Dropped a New Cover Video!
🎶Evie Clair Has Dropped a New Cover Video!
So our friend Evie Clair has posted an incredible cover of “Unsteady” by X Ambassadors! Check it out below!
Unsteady- This was a video Evie sent to producers when she was deciding on a judge cut song. “Unsteady” was the song they selected together and at the last m…
Listen To Evie Clair Perform a New Christmas Song Live Backed By An Orchestra!
We previously posted two new music videos from Evie Clair released for the Christmas season. One of the songs titled “Here In My Arms” written by Rob Gardner is a beautiful song that reflects on the birth of Jesus Christ from Mary’s perspective with emotional and inspiring lyrics.
Now a live version of the song has been released that was performed live at a recent event where Evie sang the song backed by an orchestra. Thanks to Cinematic Pop for sharing the audio of this amazing performance!
Evie Clair Releases Two Music Videos For LDS #LightTheWorld
Evie Clair has released two Christmas music video collaborations in support of #LightTheWorld. A campaign led by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to promote the true meaning of Christmas. The production of both music videos was partially funded by the church.
Evie Clair who was an America’s Got Talent season 12 finalist has never been ashamed of her faith and clearly wants to make sure that we all remember the reason for the season. Both songs are duets with “Here In My Arms” featuring Rosevelt Rawls and “Light The World” featuring Benson Baril.
If you would like to learn more about the #LightTheWorld initiative go here.
You can check out both videos below:
Light The World
Here In My Arms
Evie Clair Defends Her Faith And Performing For ‘Church Stuff’
America’s Got Talent season 12 finalist Evie Clair is taking a stand for her faith and has a question for anyone who doesn’t like ‘church stuff”. Posting a message on her Facebook page Evie reflects on her performance at a church youth group.
“Had a special chance to share my story and some of the things I’ve learned and some music with a church youth group last night. I love the feeling of knowing I was exactly where I needed to be. I’ve been given advice by others in the industry not to perform for “church stuff.” They said I would pigeonhole myself and wouldn’t be considered for the “important stuff.”
“I’ve done a lot of performances since America’s Got Talent and that one last night felt the most important to me. What if the church stuff IS the important stuff?
You can view the original Facebook post below: