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Art & Life with Evelyn Cormier

Today we’d like to introduce you to Evelyn Cormier.

Evelyn, please kick things off for us by telling us about yourself and your journey so far.
Music has always been a part of my life. I started playing violin at the age of 5 and continued for seven years, I was actually horrible at it! I really wanted to sing so I hung up the violin and started singing lessons. At about age 12, my father showed me a couple of chords on the guitar and I quickly became proficient enough to start writing my own music. At age 14, I had my own band that consisted of adult musicians. By age 15, I was booking paid gigs at local restaurants. By age 16, I started writing my first EP Ghost. At age 17, I was hired as an intern as the worship leader at Lake Sunapee Baptist Church. I released my debut EP Ghost in April of 2017 when I was 18. Now at the age of 19, I have released five singles and am currently working on new music with a producer in Georgia. I have had the opportunity to be on reality tv show and I also have other tv projects in the works.

Can you give our readers some background on your art?
I am a singer/songwriter who loves to paint pictures through my music using words and imagery that evokes nostalgia and emotion. I don’t want to tell people what to think or feel, I want to create an environment where the listener can be inspired to feel their own emotions and connect at a deep level as if it was written for them. My goal is to create music that allows people to relax, be reflective, and connect emotionally.

How do you think about success, as an artist, and what do quality do you feel is most helpful?
Success to me is not fame or fortune, but having real fans whether it only be ten fans in England, ten fans in Boston, 10 fans Australia–they are the ones streaming my music and reaching out to tell me how much they enjoy my music and that they are inspired by me. That is success to me. I believe in order to be truly successful, you need patience, passion and drive. Being an artist is not easy. Who loves being vulnerable, rejected, criticized and misunderstood? That is where the passion comes in and the drive to do better. Without it, it would be easy to crumble under the weight of it.

What’s the best way for someone to check out your work and provide support?
You can find my music on streaming sites such as Spotify, Apple, YouTube, Deezer, Instagram, Amazon as well many others.

Contact Info:

  • Website:
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  • Instagram: Evelyn Cormier
  • Facebook: Evelyn Cormier Music

Image Credit:

(in the water pic) Karen Jerzky
(in the woods) Nash
(flowers in hair portrait) Madeliene Wells-Bogue
(Window Pains album Art) Madeliene Wells-Bogue
(Ghost Album art) Kristin Small

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  1. Elaine Wagner

    September 17, 2018 at 1:52 pm

    I have been observing Evelyn since she was featured on 90 Day Fiance. She is a very ambitious gal and is really trying to get herself out in the public domain. I give her big points for that. However she needs to be located in an area where she can get professional guidance for her music and her style and as of now that is not happening. She is just too isolated where she lives currently to be booking gigs and such that will give her more exposure and give her a chance to refine her craft. Hopefully those opportunities will present themselves to her in the not too distant future. If there is any plan to progress in her musical goals –moving to an area as in a much bigger city that would be helpful to young musicians would be very beneficial. And it could be that modeling would be a better venue for her than even music. She seems to have some talent in that direction. Only time will tell,

  2. Diane Cretsinger

    September 17, 2018 at 2:42 pm

    Evelyn Cormier
    I have met you a few years ago. I think it was in July. I enjoyed it and thought then that you would go far. You have a drive and passion for your music that will take you far. I look forward to seeing what comes next and pray that you receive many more blessings along the way. God bless you. Your Sister in Christ, Diane Cretsinger

  3. Donna

    September 23, 2018 at 9:41 pm

    Will this be deleted if I’m not a fan? I think she went on the 90 day show to “expose the world to her talent” but the voice is odd and the music is pedestrian. Good luck – maybe go on The Voice or American Idol or America’s Got Talent – see what the “pros” have to say about that musical ability.

    • Elaine Wagner

      February 4, 2019 at 6:00 pm

      Well she is on American Idol—and in the elimination process now—down to 20 contestants— However now one can see what real competition looks like–and based on the videos of the others—Evelyn falls very short. She has got to be more aggressive–get out and do a lot of gigs –move to a musician friendly city–get out of her little bubble–and grow past her well known comfort zones of family and yes supporters. She wants to launch musical fame and not have to move away from her support system. The other cntestants based on their bios have already done that–and are willing to go the distance. Evelyn is not–plus now she has married a guy from another country–and expecting him to go along with her agenda. She has a lot of challenges and I doubt she is up to facing them in order to grow and mature as a musician.

  4. Bonnie

    September 26, 2018 at 5:36 pm

    Wonderful interview Evelyn! you are a wonderful person as well as a great artist. I can’t see you going anywhere but up. You put your heart and soul into your music and anything you get into. Can’t wait to hear The Garden.

  5. Elaine

    February 4, 2019 at 11:41 pm

    Evelyn is trying hard to make herself relevant in the music business–and has used 90 Dy Fiance as a vehicle to do so. This has helped her get recognition in her auditions for American Idol–but she still has now 19 other competitors to overcome. It would have helped her if she had made herself more available for out of town tours and even local gigs which seemingly she has not done. She seems to be depending on the internet as her vehicle and that is just one part of the process. She also needs to live in a bigger city where she can get face to face professional guidance for her music—and for now she is very isolated. Hopefully she will see the need to make these changes for her own benefit and growth.

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