Long recognized as one of the foremost vocal interpreters of jazz and standards on the Canadian scene, George Evans has been celebrated diversely as "a ballad's best friend" (All-Canadian Jazz Festival) and "an agile voice and always swinging" (National Post). Getting his start on the Montréal club scene of the 90s, George went on to tour actively throughout Canada, playing nightclubs and festivals. He has been praised for lively, polished performances in cities such as Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, New York, and Shanghai.

   Since 1997 George has released a total of seven CDs as a leader plus a ballad compilation. George Evans first appeared before Toronto jazz audiences in 1999 when he launched his second album at the Top o' the Senator. Evans went on to appear there with regularity through the launch of his fifth album in 2005. The current album, "LIVE at the Cellar" has been heard on jazz outlets on five continents.

   Over the years, George became increasingly familiar to audiences at home through appearances on TVO, Bravo, and CoolTV, as well as through studio sessions and concerts for the CBC. Evans founded an act known as The Three Crooners in promotion of the successful "Here Come The Boys: a Canadian Crooner Collection" for Universal Music Canada, an original compilation he himself produced.

   George Evans is a three time National Jazz Awards Canada nominee as ³Male Vocalist of the Year² or ³Vocalist of the Year,² has twice been nominated
for a MAC Award, and was nominated Ontario Independent Music Awards ³Jazz Artist of the Year.² Since 2009, he has been singing nightly on ships for Holland America Line, Cunard, and Princess Cruises. 2013 finds George Evans singing again for Princess, as well as appearing at Toronto's new Jazz Bistro next door to CityTV on Dundas Square.