|Birth name||Shane Evans|
|Born||April 26, 1970|
|Genres||Alternative rock, hard rock, post-grunge|
|Associated acts||Marching Two-Step|
Life and career
Early life and career beginnings
Evans was raised in Stockbridge, Georgia. After graduating from Stockbridge High School, he began his career as a professional drummer for the band Marching Two-Step, which included Michele Rhea Caplinger, Ed Roland and Matt Serletic. The band performed local gigs for a few years, but never managed to grow beyond the club scene.
Evans performed on half of the tracks featured on Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid, an album consisting of Ed Roland's songwriting demos. Evans was dismissed from the group in 2001 due to excessive drug use.
With Collective Soul
- Studio albums
|Year||Album details||Peak chart positions||Certifications|
|1993||Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid||15||—||—||5||46|
- Compilation albums
|2001||Seven Year Itch: Greatest Hits, 1994-2001
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