Evan Paul is the host of Taste of Country Nights, a country radio show broadcasting live from Nashville to more than 130 stations nationwide. The show features interviews and in-studio performances by country superstars. Evan has been a professional radio host for more than 21 years since his days at Western Carolina University, on the college radio station, when he was 17. His career has since included stops in Charlotte, Memphis, New York City, Detroit, San Diego, Philadelphia and Portland. Evan met his wife and best friend, Kristen, in New York City in August of 2009, and they married in 2016 — but not before he decided to make a major change to his lifestyle and lose weight. Through determination and motivation from his wife and family, Evan lost more than 200 pounds. He and his wife cook and bake healthy food that they both eat to maintain his healthy lifestyle! The couple’s lives forever changed for the better on April 7, 2019, when their first child, Libby Mae, was born. Now the family resides in Nashville with their cat, Ninja, and cockatiel, Marlee.
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