Evrencan Gunduz was born on February 2, 1996 in Kadikoy, Istanbul.

Evrencan, who was taking part in choirs and theaters during his primary school education, started to take piano lessons together with his sister in Grade 4 and participated these on a regular basis for two years. When he was in secondary school, he took place in various festivals together with the school choir, orchestra and his teachers.

His admiration for Blues started with a movie about Ray Charles when he was 13. He grew up listening to Jimi Hendrix, B.B. King, Albert Collins, Freddie King and James Brown which determined the quality and style of his music.

Evrencan, who got interested in the guitar when he was 14, learned playing the classical guitar through the contribution of his giutar playing friends and by watching videos on the internet. At the age of 15, he learned to play the electro guitar beside classical guitar when his father gave him an electro guitar as a gift. He enriched his experience by taking stage with his father.

When he turned 16, he started being a street musician and founded his first band called ‘T-Blues’ together with his friends during that year and performed in different festivals and concerts. He played on ferries until it was banned to make music there.

In Rock’n’Purple, which is a music competition between high schools, he won three prizes in total, best solo, best group in the category rock and by using the traditional instrument called ‘kemençe’, a small three-stringed violin in his The Beatles arrangement ‘Don’t Let Me Down’, he won ‘the most unusual instrument’ award.

Evrencan Gunduz, who launched his first five-song EP ‘Evrencan ve Uzaylılar’ (‘Evrencan and the Aliens’) in 2017 and took place in the Top 10 charts, presented his six-song EP ‘Mevsim Çiçekleri’ (‘Season Flowers’) to his fans in 2018.

Evrencan, who, beside his unplugged solo programs, maintains performing concerts with his band ‘Evrencan Gündüz ve Uzaylılar’ (‘Evrencan Gunduz and the Aliens’) along composing and working on his album, continues with the video shootings of his album ‘Mevsim Çiçekleri’.

He has tried to reach his fans with his English singles during 2018 and by bringing a fresh perpective, he continues working on reminding about publicly acknowledged folk songs gathered under the roof of a project called ‘Bu Toprakların Sesleri’ (‘These Lands’ Sounds’).

Beside that Evrencan, who continues with his music life, aims to be one of the best jazz and blues musicians in the world, he still carries on with his academic career at Istanbul University’s Faculty of Aquaculture Engineering.