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5 Time Grammy Award Winning Record Producer Devine Evans to Work on 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show with Justin Timberlake

5 Time Grammy Award Winning Record Producer Devine Evans Now Represented by Starpower Management–To Work on 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show with Justin Timberlake

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5 Time Grammy Award Winning Music Producer Devine Evans has been chosen as Creative Programmer / Sound Designer for the 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show with Justin Timberlake.”

Five Time Grammy Award Winning Music Producer Devine Evans will be working on the next biggest musical performance in the world, with Justin Timberlake, for the 2018 Super Bowl LII  Halftime show to be held on February 4th, 2018 at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Leading Creative Programming and Sound Design for the show, the Super Bowl is not new to Mr. Evans, who worked with Beyoncé on her legendary 2013 Super Bowl Halftime performance.

A dominant figure in the music industry for over twenty years, Devine Evans got his start in Atlanta under the watchful eye of Left Eye Productions. Mr. Evans is now a five-time Grammy Award winning Producer, Songwriter / Engineer, and an Emmy Nominated Composer (The New Edition Story), who has worked with many of the world’s biggest recording artists and musicians including; The Chain Smokers, Janet Jackson, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Pharrell Williams, Lady Gaga, Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Bruno Mars, Hans Zimmer, and Selena Gomez, among more. Devine Evans received his most recent Grammy for his work on Pharrell Williams live version of the Billboard hit song “Happy.”

Over the past ten years, as the powerhouse behind the scenes of some of the biggest tours in music, Devine Evans has worked with stars including; The Chain Smokers, Bebe Rexha, Charlie Puth, The Roots (2017 NBA All-Star Performance), Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Soul 2 Soul tour, Janet Jackson’s Unbreakable World Tour, Rihanna’s Diamonds World Tour, Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience Tour (now available on Netflix), and Pharrell Williams’ Dear Girl Tour.

Mr. Evans’ work in televised performances includes Creative Programming and Sound Design for Beyoncé’s 2013 Super Bowl Halftime performance, and up next, Creative Programming and Sound Design for the 2018 Super Bowl Halftime show with Justin Timberlake. Devine Evans is further expanding in to the film industry with his work on the upcoming film as a composer for BET’s Emmy Nominated Mini Series, “The New Edition Story,” as well as “Lycan,” starring Dania Ramirez (Entourage, Devious Maids, X-Men), for which he scored and provided original sound design.

Outside of music, Devine Evans focuses on positively impacting the music industry as well as his community with other creative projects including his first upcoming book titled “Sheet Music: The Diary of a Songwriter.” With this book, hailed by leaders in the music industry including Queen Latifah among others, Devine Evans brings to light the sexual injustices that some female artists can encounter while pursuing their dream of a career in the music industry. In an effort to empower these women, “Sheet Music” shares the stories of a variety of female artists’ personal experiences, as well as general advice on how to cope with and safeguard themselves against such abuse and injustice.

Visit the Official Devine Evans website at: www.devineevans.com

Read more about the book at: www.thediaryofasongwriter.com

For press / media, photo, interview requests, and booking for Devine Evans, contact Bruce Edwin at (011) 310-226-7176, or e-mail StarpowerManagementllc@gmail.com

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The Art of Success

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By Bruce Edwin

This life we have been given is truly amazing. We create what we want. If you want to fly across the world, you can make some money, buy a plane ticket, and do it. You can even make a whole lot of money, and buy your own plane if you really want to.   If you want to write a book, make a song, dance, or paint a picture, you can do that.


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If you want to fall in love, you can be loving, meet someone, and fall in love. You can make money, buy a house, and live your dream. The only thing stopping you is you. If you feel stopped, look at what you tell yourself and what others tell you. Validate your self work, and do not tolerate others who do not tolerate you or your dreams. Dream bigger every day.

The Art of Success–is truly then, the manner of correct thinking. All success begins with action, and all action starts with thought. If your thinking is off, your action will be either non-existent, or worse–incorrect action. The first key to success therefore, is knowledge. A very simplistic outline of success could look as follows;

  1. Determine what you do NOT want. Knowing what you want, entails knowing what you do not want. Be sure to know what you do not want, so you can avoid the unwanted from happening.
  2.  Determine what you DO want. Determine your Top Most Goals and Dreams. Write them down.
  3. Write down the steps necessary to reach each goal, including your top goal.  Find out what is required to make each step happen.  Prioritize your goals in terms of long term, mid term, and short term. Looks at your goals regularly; when you wake up, during the day, and before you go to sleep, if not more.
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  5. Educate yourself. Read and study what you need to learn and know to make each step happen. If for example, you want to be a top actor, read about the top actors and how they made it to the top. Find and locate the best acting coach, and study acting.
  6.  After your education and training is great, then take action. Do the steps necessary to achieve your goals.
  7. Realize that education, study, and learning should be a life long goal, and that you should never stop studying, training, and learning, to become and stay the best you can be.
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  9. Be certain that your environment is free from distractions, including people who may invalidate your goals and plans.
  10. Get a mentor to help guide and coach you. Remember that the top Olympic athletes have coaches, and even the President of the United States has advisors to give him advice on what to do in different areas of their specialized knowledge. The wise seek the counsel of others, not try to do everything themselves. Leverage others.  And never be afraid to ask questions to get more information if you do not know something.
  11. After you have achieved your goals, find a way to help others along the way. Mentor someone else in turn for example, or donate some time to a charity or other worthy cause.
  12. Always focus on what you do want, not on what you do not want. Be optimistic. Not unrealistic–but optimistic. Negative attitudes and pessimism kills. Surround yourself with those who are more successful than you. We tend to gravitate to the level of those around us.
  13. Be of service to others, and give back.
  14. Be thankful. Show thanks have gratitude for all you have. We are blessed.

I wish you great success! Questions or comments may be addressed to me through the contact form on this site.

This content is copyright, 2016, Hollywood Sentinel, Bruce Edwin. All rights reserved. The Hollywood Sentinel makes no claims regarding any product or service advertised and assumes no responsibility therewith.

Happy Birthday to The Broad from The Hollywood Sentinel!

Last month, The Broad celebrated its one year anniversary. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you (823,216 of you, to be exact!) for visiting, following, and supporting our museum over the last twelve months.

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When we opened last year, our highest priority was to make the Broad collection of contemporary art accessible to the widest possible audience. It has been an honor to see so many Angelenos, families, tourists, art aficionados and novices, downtown neighbors, artists, and others stream through our doors every day to enjoy the collection, its remarkable building, and so many of our live programs.

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Thank you for embracing The Broad as your own. We look forward to welcoming you back for many years to come. See below for just a few of the things we have for you in the coming month.

–With many thanks,

Joanne Heyler

Founding Director of The Broad

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If you have net yet stepped  foot in to The Broad, you are missing one of the grandest, most important art museums in the world.  From the sight of its very exterior, brilliant and amazing architecture, to the indoor beauty of its sculptive walls, The Broad houses some of the most important works of modern art of all time. Enter, discover, and explore. It is truly a cultural landmark worthy of its stunning and beautiful building. –Bruce Edwin

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