DAVE EVANS

In 1973, Dave sang for The VELVET UNDERGROUND, And then the TED MULRY Backing band. His Brief stint with AC/DC from 1973 to early 1974 and the recording of the single "Can I Sit Next To You Girl"/"Rockin In The Parlour" with the band, he was replaced by BON SCOTT on lead Vocals. Dave went on to form his band RABBIT IN 1974- Who released their self titled debut in 1975, and their "Too Much Rock N Roll" album in 1976. Rabbit disbanded in 1977, and Dave was then in DAVE EVANS AND THE LINEUPS, who have no releases, from 1979-1980. Dave then re-appeard in the band HOT COCKEREAL in 1984, and again with DAVE EVANS and the THUNDER FROM DOWN UNDER from 1985-1986.

Dave returned in 2001 with the release of "Hell Of A Night" - a Bon Scott tribute concert that was recorded live.

In 2006, Dave returned with the release of a brand new CD titled "SINNER". In 2007, Sinner was given worldwide distribution. Dave just recently finished recording a new album in Australia (2008).

DAVES OFFICIAL WEBSITE

 

VELVET UNDERGROUND LINEUP(1973):

RABBIT LINEUP (1975):

RABBIT LINEUP (1975-1976)

RABBIT LINEUP (1976-1977)

HOT COCKERAL LINEUP(1984)

DAVE EVANS AND THUNDER DOWN UNDER Lineup(1985-1986)

DAVE EVANS AND THUNDER DOWN UNDER Lineup(1986)

RABBIT DISCOGRAPHY:

DAVID EVANS & THUNDER DOWN UNDER DISCOGRAPHY: