Ben Everson is a Christian recording & performing artist with a lyrical solo voice and a talent for a cappella music. Ben is an ordained Baptist evangelist. He is also a vocal coach and clinician on a cappella group techniques and vocal health. 

Ben has performed over 6000 times. He has recorded 16 albums, four of which are entirely a cappella. Several of his songs have appeared in the iTunes Christian top 10. He has worked with a cappella groups as diverse as Pensacola Christian College and Duke University, and has lectured on recording techniques at Michigan State University.  


Ben’s wife Amanda has been singing longer than Ben.  The oldest of 7 children in a missionary family, she has sung in churches since she was a child.  Amanda has a rich alto tone that is easy to enjoy, and she and Ben blend seamlessly.  She has helped with the lyric writing since the beginning of the ministry (on songs such as “I’ll Pray Again”), but she has also begun to write some original pieces herself. Amanda also functions as the sales manager for all material produced by BEM.


Ms. Jones is a talented lyricist and creative writer from Nova Scotia, Canada. She also is a gifted teacher and music composer. She graduated from Pensacola Christian College with a B.S. in English Education and M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction with English Specialization. She also possesses a melodic soprano voice and occasionally records vocals. Lauri Lou joined Ben Everson Music in November of 2013.


Amber is a talented vocalist from Cobleskill, New York. She is an accomplished voice actor, singer, and French hornist. We are privileged to feature her debut EP, "You Are Always Good."


The Everson Brass is a studio group that features the brass arrangements of Dr. Dana F. Everson, and has appeared on two albums. Their self-titled album, "Sunday Morning Brass" features a variety of brass arrangements from solos to brass choir. They also appear as one number on "Everson Family Christmas" playing 12 Days of Christmas.


Dr. Dana F. Everson has quietly been one of mid-Michigan's outstanding saxophonists since the late 1970's, bringing a rich, sweet sound on alto saxophone. Piano is another of his specialties. He is also a lifelong teacher of music as well as a talented arranger with over 600 published works. 

Recent Recommendations

“Ben Everson has been a tremendous blessing to our ministries here at TBC. His music operates within a biblical framework but also captures your heart with the message. I think we need both qualities.” - Dr. Mike Sproul, Pastor of Tri-City Baptist Church & Ministries, Chandler, AZ

"The music ministry of Ben Everson is spirit-filled and heart touching. We have him minister often at Pensacola Christian College where students, faculty, and staff enjoy his conversational style and humble spirit. We also appreciate his practical approach and thoughtful application of Scripture as he teaches about the philosophy of sacred music." - Dr. Troy Shoemaker, President of Pensacola Christian College

"We just had Ben Everson and his family to our church for the first time. His adult Sunday School class on “The Power of Music” was powerful. Ben had a wonderful blend of Scripture, humor, and kindness as he taught on the difficult topic of music.  God used him Sunday morning as an evangelist and Sunday evening as a musician. It was very refreshing to see conservative worship music done with so much quality and passion. Our church folks truly enjoyed this family and their music! We have already booked him for next year." - Paul Binkley, Senior Pastor of Bakerburg Community Church, Bakerburg, PA
"Bro. Ben Everson recently shared his “Power of Music” presentation at Tabernacle, and we were richly blessed. It was by far the best presentation I’ve heard on the subject of music. He connected with our congregation and communicated his message clearly. Every point was proven biblically and musically. We saw first-hand how much music affects us and many made decisions for the Lord. I encourage every ministry to invite Bro. Everson to share this timely presentation." - Pastor Joe Shakour, Senior Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church, Wilson, NC