Christopher Evans-Ironside

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Christopher Evans-Ironside
Also known as Overdrive
Born England
Origin Wiltshire
Genres Soundtracks, Pop music, Progressive rock
Occupation(s) Keyboardist, arranger and composer.
Instruments Piano, Keyboards
Years active fl. ca. 1974 - present
Labels EMI Electrola, WEA
Website Ironside Music

Christopher Evans-Ironside is an English/German successful and award-winning songwriter, composer and music producer. Born in England and based in Hamburg, Germany, his awards have included Gold and Platinum discs for collaborations with Nino de Angelo and Drafi Deutscher as Mixed Emotions and Masquerade.

In the early eighties Evans-Ironside produced three progressive rock albums, the first two as a duo with singer David Hanselmann, "Stonehenge" and "Symbols", and the third as a solo project, "Empty Spaces," in addition collaborating with Michael Chambosse on a concept album, "The Timemachine."

Evans Ironside is a prolific soundtrack composer for film, television and theatre, with work including Die Rättin and Fisimatenten, and music for ballet productions by the Görlitz Theatre.

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