Christine Evans (born May 25, 1990) is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Victoria, British Columbia. 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, for which she is an "artist ambassador". 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.
Evans' second album, "Push" was released across Canada on June 20, 2006. The album included such hits as "Push" and "A Nation Redeemed".
Evans' extremely rare demo CD is often found on eBay in the several-hundred dollar range. It contains rare demo versions of "Take Me Home" and "Time For Me".
She hails from the Saanich Peninsula near Victoria, British Columbia.
In 2007 she was nominated for several GMA Canada Covenant Awards including Female Vocalist of the Year and both Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year and Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year.
Christine is also an actress as she played the lead Amber in the film "Black and Blue" which was released in 2009.
In order to promote the radio version of her song "Give It Up", Christine ran a music video competition from July through September 2007 on the website Dailymotion.com, giving an iPhone to the best entry. The winning submission was produced and directed by Aaron Matthew Kaiser and starred Priscila Netto as Christine in both dramatic and lip-syncing scenes.
Her third EP, entitled "Standing on the Edge" was released in 2008. After graduating from Blair Academy in New Jersey, Evans attended Stanford University and performed with the a cappella group, Stanford Talisman.
Christine graduated from Stanford University in June 2012, having majored in English/Creative Writing. She is now working full-time on her music career. She lives in San Francisco, performs in the Bay Area, and is soon to release a new album, funded through KickStarter, called "Lights That Lead Home."
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