Dik Evans playing at Gavin Friday's performance at the Olympia in Dublin, Ireland, 29 November 2011
|Birth name||Richard G. Evans|
Barking, Essex, England, United Kingdom
|Origin||County Dublin, Ireland|
|Genres||Art rock, post-punk, alternative rock|
|Associated acts||The Virgin Prunes, The Screech Owls, U2|
Richard G. "Dik" (also "Dick") Evans is a musician best known as a founder of the band The Virgin Prunes.
He first began to learn how to play guitar with an acoustic guitar bought by his brother, which the two shared.
He was later a founding member of Dublin-based band The Virgin Prunes and their guitarist from 1977 to 1984. He co-founded the band The Kid Sisters, later known as The Screech Owls, along with the American musician Deborah "Debbie" Schow.
Recent solo work includes contributions to Snakes & Ladders - A Festival of New Irish Music, curated by composer and former Virgin Prunes' band member, Daniel Figgis.
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