He has released several successful recordings overseas.
He is the only singer in the history of trading cards to have been issued his own Upper Deck baseball card as an "Anthem Singer" after having performed the anthem 18 times.
He once owned three Starbucks coffee shops in Las Vegas, Nevada, and one in Boston, Massachusetts.
Was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, the same hometown as recording artist and director Rob Zombie. In an interview with The Vancouver Sun, Evans says of his hometown: "I was glad to leave a city that never knew how to move on from the past. It's amazing that with all that has changed in my own life, whenever I go back to Haverhill it seems the only person who did change was me, or others who left and saw that yes...there is a world out there."
Performed at The Desert Inn in Las Vegas from 1998-2000, where Frank Sinatra performed for decades. He was the first artist in the history of the Las Vegas venue to record a CD for commercial release called "Live at The Desert Inn." The venue was demolished for the new "Wynn Resort" venue.
Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman awarded Evans his "own day" in a Proclamation for his "Live at The Desert Inn" CD. June 19th is now officially "Brian Evans Day" in Las Vegas, Nevada. The proclamation was awarded on June 19th, 2001.
Is friends with professional baseball player Roger Clemens and family.
Collects baseball cards, among them the coveted 1952 Mickey Mantle rookie card.
Favorite singers: Frank Sinatra, Roy Orbison, Aretha Franklin, Maroon 5, Neil Diamond, Oasis.
Recorded a CD alongside William Shatner in Florida in 2002.
Was once room-mates with Seth Green.
Featured on page 199 of the 2006 issue of People Magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" issue, which features George Clooney on the cover.
Is the first musical artist ever to be sold in the airline passenger magazine, SkyMall, to be distributed to more than 100 million airline passengers beginning March 29th, 2006. [February 2006]
Is performing as the opening act for Joan Rivers. [May 2005]
Was the opening act for Social Distortion, a hard-core alternative band, in Las Vegas, Nevada. [June 2005]
Just completed his 17th album, licensed throughout Asia. New CD features a compilation of previously released material, including a 65 piece big band remake of Van Halen's "Jump," performed now by Brian in this swing style. Preparing to begin new Las Vegas run. [September 2004]
Is preparing to record a new album, continues to open for Jay Leno, Joan Rivers, and Better Than Ezra. [October 2005]
Started a new band called "Holland" 
Now in Los Angeles to record his album, Brian debuts at The Derby in Hollywood on September 7th and will appear there every Thursday throughout the process of recording his CD, mostly comprised of original material in the crooner genre. [September 2006]
Boston, Massachusetts [July 2012]
Opening act for Jay Leno at The Mirage Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. [January 2005]
Performs nightly at the Indigo Room at Bally's Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. [November 2002]
Came in second place on the Democratic Primary ticket, losing his bid for United States Senator against legendary US Senator Daniel Inouye. A former Honolulu prosecutor came in third place. Evans is being touted as a candidate for Governor of Hawaii in 2006. [September 2004]
Is currently headlining at various Harrah's casino properties, and continues to work on his major label debut, which will feature a duet with Kelly Osbourne. [February 2009]
Running for the U.S. Senate in Hawaii as a Democrat, against Democratic incumbent Dan Inouye. [March 2004]
Is working on his major label debut, to include primarily original material. [January 2006]
Is working on the new CD, mostly comprised of original material in the crooner genre. His song "Witchcraft" is being used in the new TV series "Big Shots" starring Dylan McDermott, and one of Brian's songs is being made into a dance re-mix. [May 2007]
In June of 1991, Evans was convicted of felony theft, and sentenced to six months probation after he called a Los Angeles travel agency impersonating Casey Kasem, and charged $2,900 in expenses that the agency attempted to collect from the radio host. While on probation, Evans was invited to sing the national anthem at a Baltimore Orioles game. His probation officer told him he could not leave California, but Evans went to the game and was sentenced to a year in prison for violating the terms of his probation. He served around 9 months.