5-1-15: EverAfter is proud to welcome keyboardist Robert Hornac to the band. Robert is a master keyboard player and veteran of the Seattle music scene. Robert's keyboards will be a great addition to our live show. He will be playing his first show with us on Saturday May 2nd at One Eyed Jack's in Lynnwood, WA.
5/17/13: If you visit the VIDEO page, you'll see a bunch of new EverAfter music videos. I wish to thank Dennis Coile for his time and effort in putting several EverAfter songs to video.
5/15/13: Thanks to our friends, families and supporters who came to our show at Club Hollywood in north Seattle on Friday May, 10th. We also wish to thank the very professional Lindy Berger who joined us on stage. His sax, flute and percussion added a lot to the show. See you again next time Lindy!
1/7/12: The new EverAfter CD is finally released! Titled ~On the Threshold~ it was a long time in the making, mainly because the song files were lost for a while. We never thought this CD would see the light of day, but fate prevailed, the files were recovered, and here it is at last! On the Threshold is available on the ~Music~ page here. The entire CD can be purchased or individual tracks only if desired. Hope you enjoy the latest EverAter CD.
5/1/11: EverAfter is very happy to announce our new affiliation with RETROSPECT RECORDS! The 2nd EverAfter CD "Delusions and Other Tales" is now distributed worldwide through the Retrospect Web-Site at http://retrospectrecords.com. They specialize in classic rock and heavy metal artists who have never been signed to major labels. We applaud Retrospect for their dedication to independent musicians and we encourage everyone to explore their large catalog of artists. Thank you Aaron and everyone at Retrospect.
4/16/11: The 3rd EverAfter CD is still in progress. Although it is taking much longer than I anticipated, hopefully it will be worth the wait. The final tune is being mixed presently with mastering to follow soon. The tentative title is "On the Threshold" named after the title song. Thanks for checking in. Paul B
10/1/10: EverAfter has a video available for the song "The Legend" at this link: http://www.youtube.com/user/EverAfterband.
6/2/04: EverAfter Art Institute recording sessions continue slowly but steadily. Live shows are on hold for the moment however. Thanks for visiting.
11/11/03: The band is currently recording some new tunes at The Art Institute of Seattle. The new CD is still a work in progress but coming along nonetheless. Thanks to all our friends who came to the Spotlight show on Nov 6th.
10/1/03: We are happy to welcome Clif Johnston as lead singer for EverAfter. Clif also is a talented guitarist and songwriter who will add another dimension to the music.
9/9/03: After recording this spring we took much of the summer off. Presently, final mixes are being applied to several songs which will be on a new CD soon hopefully. The band is also in rehearsal for live shows this fall. Keep an eye on our "Shows" page for that information. Hope to see you there.
3/28/03: Several new songs are being added to our current repertoire and we have introduced a few lately at some recent live shows. Thanks to our good fans for coming to see us. We hope to be recording again soon.
1/15/03: It was good to see our old friends and some new ones in December at The Firehouse. It was our first live show in a while but all went well. See you again soon.
8/02/02: Although the past couple of years have been mostly spent in the studio, EverAfter played several shows from 1997 to 2000 at well known Seattle clubs such as The Central Tavern, The Off Ramp and The Ballard Firehouse and opened for national acts including Todd Rundgren and Robin Trower. Hope to see you live soon. Please check back for future events.
If you like the artwork on the new CD ("Delusions and Other Tales"), then you may want to visit the the website of the artist himself. (www.davidartstudios.com) We have had many good comments on the CD cover and are thankful to David for his fine work.
Thanks for visiting.
~THOUGHT FOR THE MOMENT~
"Who among us has not sought peace in a song?" Victor Hugo 1840