Singer/Song writer, Composer/Producer Everis is a well-respected vocal coach/producer in the music industry and has worked with artists such as, Michelle Gayle, Soul 11 Soul, Aswad, Beat Masters, M Beat, D-Influence, The Jones Girls, Benz and Rozalla, plus many more with his voice featuring on many tracks such as the Carl Cox track ‘Planet of love’, Home Boy Hippie and The Funky Dread’s ‘Temple of Love’ to name a few. Working with celebrities such as JORDAN, PETER ANDRE, Kerry Katona, Tulisa (N-Dubz & X Factor Judge), Chico (It’s Chico Time!), Brenda, both from X Factor and newcomers Baby Blue, MS BRATT and Laura V, Everis still finds time for his passion, which is film, television and musical theatre, having been musical director on many shows such as; Theatre Royal Stratford’s ‘Ready Or Not’, ‘Blaggers’ with musical contributions to their 2007 Christmas panto ‘The Ice Queen’, Miss Llewella Gideon’s first ‘Little Big Woman’ show at The Lewisham Theatre 2000, later commissioned by BBC Radio 4, ‘The Real McCoy Reconnected’ (from the BBC 2 TV show ‘Real McCoy’), at The Lewisham Theatre and The Hackney Empire in 2008. Now Everis has taken the plunge by setting up Everis Pellius Music, his own film and television production music library, after being commissioned to create title and additional music for shows such as Nicola McClean ‘Studs and Stilettos’, Kerry Katona ‘The Next Chapter’, Peter Andre ‘The Next Chapter’ and Peter Andre’s ‘Here 2 Help’ on ITV2. Everis is a well-established name in the ‘British Urban Soul’ and ‘Dance’ markets, with both major and independent record companies supporting this truly amazing vocalist. Everis had a long spell of hits with the Urban Sound from 1989 – 1999. Everis, singer/songwriter, composer/producer, joined up with Soul Town Records, where he released several singles, In 1990, Everis released his debut album ‘Back To Basics’ (No! John Major was not performing BVs!) which gained the respect of the hardened soul massive’s. During His time at Soul Town Records he had Smash Hits such as, ‘Summer Time’ ‘Say’ and ‘Better Love’. In 1992 Everis supported ‘The Jones Girls’ comeback and first ever London performances at the London Dominion Theatre and has appeared on the same bill as Jocelyn Brown, Mica Paris, Gabrielle, Kim Mazelle, Kenny Thomas and many more (2 much 2 mention). During the spring and summer 1993 Everis toured Europe with JTQ (The James Taylor Quartet) as their front man. In 1994, Everis was signed to Juice Jams Records, (Jigs – Choice FM) where he was recognised for his talent with the track ‘I Like The Way’. Everis came back, to sing the music that he really loves and what a come back! His first track being released on Virgin Records (France) in 2001 with the number 1 selling House/Dance outfit ‘SUPERFUNK’ With a track titled ‘Last Dance’ followed by the Riviera Records release titled ‘ Who Do U Think U R’ and his first ever ‘R n Z’ track on the album titled ‘R N Zouk’ released by French label Art and Sound/Universal Records. Everis to date has excelled in his musical capacity to college lecturing, setting up a production music library as well as Vocal and music consultant for Television Production, also finding the time to sing with his band in the south of France KARLTONE, why not check him out at www.karltone.com. We give you Everis Pellius!
Everis is a well-respected composer/producer in the music industry and has worked on music for artists such as:-
LL Cool J, Ashanti & Lloyd, Beat Masters, M Beat, VS (with Marvin of JLS), The Jones Girls, Def Jam Records, Full Crew Productions, plus many many more with his voice featuring on many tracks such as, the Carl Cox track ‘Planet of love’, Home Boy Hippie and The Funky Dread’s ‘Temple of Love’ to name a few.
Everis’s real passion is composing music for film, television and musical theatre, having been musical director on shows such as,
Theatre Royal Stratford’s ‘Ready Or Not’, ‘Blaggers’, co music producer for the Theatre Royal Stratford East ‘Da Boys’, with musical contributions for their 2007 Christmas panto ‘The Ice Queen’.
Everis’s TV credits include shows such as Nicola Mclean ‘Studs and Stilettos’, Kerry Katona ‘The Next Chapter’, Peter Andre’s ‘Here 2 Help’ on ITV2 plus much more.
Everis has also worked closely with the talented Miss Llewella Gideon, on her first ‘Little Big Woman’ show at The Lewisham Theatre in 2000, later commissioned by BBC Radio 4, ‘The Real McCoy Reconnected’ (from the BBC 2 TV show ‘Real McCoy’), at The Lewisham Theatre and The Hackney Empire in 2008.
So let’s get the party started!