Boston, MA (WiredPRNews.com) YouTube Sensation Keenan Cahill has taken on The Boston Red Sox song “At Fenway” in his latest viral video. More than 140,000 views have been seen on YouTube alone.
The song has been provided it’s own dedicated URL at www.atfenwaysong.com, which takes you to his YouTube version of the song. The song was recorded by crooner Brian Evans, and produced by multiple Grammy Award winning producer Narada Michael Walden. Walden has produced Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Elton John, George Michael, and is currently recording Evans’ debut album which will also feature “At Fenway.”
Evans and Cahill will appear on Fox 25 Boston on Monday, August 15th, at 9:40 AM.
“It was important to Brian that the song debut in Boston, and no where else,” says Arman Zajic, who works with Evans and co-wrote the song “Good Life,” which will be on Brian’s debut album.
Evans is originally from Haverhill, Massachusetts, and has spent the last decade opening for likes of Jay Leno, Social Distortion, Dionne Warwick, Joan Rivers and others in Las Vegas. He began his career as an actor, appearing on such shows as “Full House,” and was also a subject in the recent Angelina Jolie biography “Angelina,” written by NY Times best selling author Andrew Morton.
“Brian loves the Red Sox, and they have also been very supportive of the song,” say Biltz. “We are looking forward to doing a lot with it.”
An appearance is in the works for Evans to also perform the show “MLB Fan Cave” in New York City.
Brian’s website is www.brianevans.com