"Christine Evans", from Victoria, British Columbia is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She was born on May 25, 1990. Her debut single, "Take Me Home"/"Time for Me" was released in 2004 and her debut album, ''Take Me Home'' followed on January 25, 2005 by Warner Music Canada.
The title track, ''Take Me Home'' won the ''Island Music Award'' (Vancouver Island) for song of the year. It was included on the ''Women & Songs 8 collection'', which included several famous female singers. An edited version of ''Take Me Home'' video was used in a national commercial for Kids Help Phone, which she is an "artist ambassador" of. The video for her second single "I'm So Alone" has been popular on Much Music and Much More Music.
After releasing the album, she toured with fellow Canadian female singers Keshia Chanté, Amanda Stott, and Cassie Steele across Canada in the summer of 2005. She is now a sophomore at Interlochen Arts Academy located in Michigan, studying voice.
Evans' second album, "Push" was released across Canada on June 20, 2006.
*http://www.christineevans.com/ Official site - Includes http://www.christineevans.com/index_sub.cfm?pg=press press coverage.