Evan Bartels on EarToTheGround Music

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EarToTheGround Music (a music blog that features emerging artists primarily in the folk, indie rock, and roots music scenes) is highlighting Bartels' song 'Tattoo' on their New Music Friday-Episode 69! Tattoo is featured on Evan Bartels & The Stoney Lonesomes new album, 'The Devil, God & Me' (released Sept. 23rd, 2017). 

The artist with the most votes on this weeks user poll will be rewarded with a Feature Artist spread on EarToTheGround Music. So please vote for Evan Bartels at the bottom of the article (voting runs from Oct. 10th-19th).

The songwriting style is easy to compare with Noah Gundersen and David Ramirez, but when you hear that “sometimes I wanna watch you burn” and the lick that follows it, you will hear that Bartels is the next big thing.
— EarToTheGround Music

Hear Lincoln with Evan Bartels & The Stoney Lonesomes

Hear Lincoln with Evan Bartels & The Stoney Lonesomes

For nine weeks this summer, you have an easy opportunity to experience, first-hand, what makes Lincoln an attractive destination for arts and culture creators and lovers. Because each Friday from 5-7p.m., the Hear Lincoln concert series features a new, contemporary Lincoln band performing outside, for free, right in the heart of downtown. The family friendly series features some of the city’s top acts — ranging from funk to soul, folk to punk and all carefully curated by Hear Nebraska.

Hear Nebraska | Q&A with Evan Bartels: On Struggle, Grace, Redemption

Hear Nebraska | Q&A with Evan Bartels: On Struggle, Grace, Redemption

Evan Bartels had the pleasure of being interviewed by Hear Nebraska's Jamie Vassar. They talk about Evan's tour, songwriting, the Stoney Lonesomes, and the upcoming release of his debut album, The Devil, God & Me.

Stories with Song | Beaumont Enterprise Q&A

"Some storytellers write novels, but music is Evan Bartel’s parchment.

Bartels, currently on tour across the United States, arrives in Southeast Texas this week to deliver his brand of “Americana” to local music fans.

The Nebraska native with a gift for storytelling through music is quickly gaining popularity..."