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Alan “Snoop” Evans II, born August 3, 1980, a native of Detroit, MI., has taken the gospel music industry by storm with his unique approach to playing bass.
Snoop began playing drums in church at the tender age of 7 with his mom and dad who are both great musicians. Snoop quickly began to grow as a musician by watching his uncles and aunts play at his grandfather’s church, New Christ Temple, in Detroit. Snoop learned to play bass, first by watching his father’s pedal work as he played the Hammond organ during church services. Imitating what he heard, developed his hear and gave him a good foundation as a gospel bassists. Years of practice, hard work, dedication to his faith and the love for the bass guitar has propelled Snoop to the top of his craft in gospel music.
Currently, Snoop is the principal bassist for the famed Grammy, Dove, and Stellar award winning singer/songwriter, musician/composer, Fred Hammond. He actively tours with the United Tenors, a quartet that consists of awarding winning songwriters/vocalists in the persons of David Hollister, Eric Roberson, Brian Courtney Wilson, and Fred Hammond (founder). When he is not touring, Snoop appears weekly on THE WORD NETWORK, which has millions of viewers across over 200 countries. He is known as a first call live and session musician in the gospel community, as evidenced by his impressive discography and the countless live performances that mark his professional career. Snoop places a high value on faith, personal integrity and family values which can be attributed to his sustainable career as a professional musician. He is committed to personal development as a musician, husband, and father. Snoop is happily married to Tasha Evans. They have one child, Lailah. He looks forward to many more years of continued success as professional musician and family man.
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