Bound for Land

Leslie Evers Press Inquiries: Below you’ll find a link to the Digital EPK.

Recent Reviews:

“This showcase’s worthiness is in the simplicity of the songs…meticulous song structure…the melodies are finely crafted…superb vocals.” “Leslie is an excellent artist. I wish her lots of success…she’s very deserving.”

— John Apice, Americana Highways

“Leslie’s talent should not be questioned. Bound for Land radiates so much creative energy. It almost seems perfect, and it may even be.”


“We are treated to an immediate sense of the intimate Leslie Evers sound…expressive vocals…storytelling lyrics…[that bring] to mind the golden age of song-writing…and bring together traditional and modern Americana beautifully.”

— Graeme Smith, Editor-in-Chief, York Calling

“Gorgeously wrought, taking in tints of everything from jazz to country to folk to gospel, with Bound for Land, Leslie Evers zeroes in on the sweet spot – and hits it.”

— Randy Radic, Guitar Girl Magazine

“Bound for Land, featuring 11 original songs, seamlessly blends acoustic folk, Americana, and American Songbook influences”

Vents Magazine

I Can’t Remember My Dreams

Leslie Evers Press Inquiries: Below you’ll find links to PDF versions of the One Sheet for I Can’t Remember My Dreams and a Track Description Card, which contains information about each track.


You are the goods — a real songwriter! Poetic lyrics and — my personal bias being for music over lyrics in most every case — songs that are well beyond a talented performance of familiar progressions and a few chords, which is the hallmark of some other musical friends’ oeuvre. Love your unexpected changes! And that you play and sing it, too — WITCH! Well, Renaissance Woman, for sure. We should all be very glad that you didn’t miss your calling(s).

–David Bruskin, Hollywood story analyst

Leslie Evers doesn’t call to mind any other artist in particular except, in the broadest sense, the late Jesse Winchester, who was able to fashion perfect folk-pop songs out of the most elemental materials…I Can’t Remember My Dreams reminds us of the pleasures of good singing and good writing, certainly, but also of classic American music itself.”

— Jerome Clark,


Produced in New York by Woody Mann

Recorded and mixed by Alex Venguer
Second Story Sound, New York City, and ootermind studios, Brooklyn, NY

Mastered by Oscar Zambrano at Zampol Productions, New York City


Gary Mankin, San Francisco, CA
Dave Maszaros, Watershed Productions, Vancouver. BC

Solo guitar arrangements by Woody Mann
Other musical arrangements by Woody Mann & Leslie Evers,
along with the sensitive & invaluable interpretations from all the musicians
Vocal harmony arrangements by Ed Johnson

Many thanks to the following for lending me their ears:
Lissy Abraham, Richard Brandenburg, Lucy Carter, Dick Connette, Coty Hogue, Ed Johnson, Scott Lehrer, Steve Meckfessel, John Miller, and Jennifer Scott

Design (and collage photo) by Lisa Berman
Cover photo and photo pg 5 by Barry Lategan, London, UK
Photo of Woody on page 8 by Richard Mountain
Vintage photo of Northwestern University Mandolin Club, 1873
Photo of Leslie and Ed by Paul Fairchild
Back cover photo by Ginger Carden
Booklet cover image by Ingrid Cussen

All songs are by Leslie Evers, published by Pergamond Music (ASCAP)

Legal: Edward N. Hearn
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