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E.V.A.

E.V.A.

E.V.A.


There are several artists with the name E.V.A.: 1. A pop rock band from Armenia. E.V.A., once being a project, was established in summer of 2006. The initiative of the project belongs to 14-year-old musician and vocalist Eva who needed to record several of her songs. The young musician spoke with Suren Sarkisyan and Koryun Bobikyan the members of The King’s Cross and Alter Ego armenian rock bands. The three musicians started to work on Eva’s songs. Read more on Last.fm
There are several artists with the name E.V.A.: 1. A pop rock band from Armenia. E.V.A., once being a project, was established in summer of 2006. The initiative of the project belongs to 14-year-old musician and vocalist Eva who needed to record several of her songs. The young musician spoke with Suren Sarkisyan and Koryun Bobikyan the members of The King’s Cross and Alter Ego armenian rock bands.

The three musicians started to work on Eva’s songs. In the end of August the songs were already recorded and Eva had a chance to present her song from rock-stage in Alter Ego’s concert organized in Stop club. In November 2006 the recording of Eva’s songs was actively developed and she decided to record an album. Thank to Karen from Stryfe band four songs were recorded: Dead World, Burn, Saviour, and Missing Part. Late in 2007 the recording activities were over. Afterwords, Arthur Markaryan joined the band (Army of God, Ginny Style). Only in March the project has been renamed as E.V.A.

band (Eternal Veil of Agony). On 13 April, 2007 E.V.A. in its full team participated in rock festival called Rock’n Dram. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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