Variety Artists - Sharon Evans and Rick Rogers
Vaudeville style musical comedy/song and dance
Called "vaudeville sensations" by Vanity Fair Magazine, the musical comedy team of Evans and Rogers is Hollywood's best kept secret.  Since their beginnings in 2006, Sharon Evans and Rick Rogers have performed for some of Hollywood's best and brightest stars and personalities.
The combined talents, experience and creativity of Sharon Evans and Rick Rogers have given birth to a style of variety entertainment uncommon in the industry today. As purveyors of such rarities as vocal ragtime and the vintage songs of Tin-Pan-Alley, they bring a rare and authentic vitality to stage and screen. Aside from appearances at local venues, festivals and in the occasional film, Evans and Rogers write and produce their own variety shows, presenting their unique brand of musical comedy and some of the best performers on stage in the Los Angeles area. Their latest CD is titled Standing Right Beside a Rainbow.

Film: A Colored Life: The Herb Jeffries Story (documentary); The Prospector (Western).

Television: The Sonny Bozeman Show (multiple appearances), Real Orange (KOCE news magazine).

Radio: The Golden Days of Radio hosted by Frank Bresee.

Stage: (Theater, festivals, night clubs, other) Jon Lovitz Comedy Club in Universal Studios, CBS Studios (Republic Pictures 75th Anniversary), Int'l Al Jolson Festival, The S-T Watermelon Festival, Friars of Beverly Hills, Fullerton Ragfest, Knott's Berry Farm Civil War re-enactment, Moorpark Civil War re-enactment, the Cicada Club, Richard Halpern's Hollywood Speakeasy, the Coffee Gallery Backstage, the Mayflower Club, the Southern California Motion Picture Council, the New York Alumni Association afternoon show, the Jeffery Foundation Christmas show, the Westchester Parade, the Burbank Parade, the Highland Park Christmas Parade, and others.

Recordings: Standing Right Beside a Rainbow  (2009).

Production: Stage show Vaudeville Lives! and Al Jolson - A Tribute to the World's Greatest Entertainer.

Jazz, Blues, Classical
Vocal impressions: Mae West, Julie Andrews.

Film: The Mischievous Case of Cordelia Botkin.

Television: Art Linkletter's Houseparty, The Larry Covin Show, Afterthoughts, The Donna Thorne Special.

Radio: The Divine Diva Show, The Sultry Soul Sister Show.

Voice overs: Levi Strauss Stage:Culver City Car Show, Method Fest Film Festival, Tarzana Tune Fest, Fullerton Ragfest, Richard Halpern's Hollywood Speakeasy, Southern California Motion Picture Council. Featured as Sharon Evans & Her Solid Senders; featured vocalist with the Groove Merchants of Venice, Daniel Bone & the Two-Tones, Phil Crosby Jr, and Mark Tortorici & the Torch Lighters. Back up singer for Cindy Alexander, Esther (Tessell) Valentine and Tim Dismang. Venues include the Ten20 Club, the Hop (Lakewood), Jax, the Pig ‘N Whistle, Miceli's (Hollywood), Steamers, Joe's Great American Bar & Grill, and more. Featured at the Fullerton RagFest since 2004, and two years at the Tarzana Tune Fest. Received the SCMPC Angel Award.

Impressionist: Eddie Cantor, Al Jolson, Groucho Marx, W. C. Fields, Jimmy Durante, James Cagney, Cary Grant, others.

Television: The Steve Allen Show, To Tell the Truth and the Virginia Graham Show. the BBC-TV program The Big Award, The Crook and Chase Show, and The Stephanie Miller Show. Three appearances on The Howie Mandel Show performing his original novelty tunes.

Radio: Friends of Old Time Radio convention.

Stage: USO, featured in a live performance with Tiny Tim at the famous Troubadour nightclub in a duet of "Bye, Bye, Blackbird." Performed as Eddie Cantor in New York City at the request of the Cantor family in Time Square at Joe Franklin's comedy restaurant.  His tour included a recreation of an Eddie Cantor 1938 radio broadcast in Newark, New Jersey.