Mo's Fullerton Music Centers, Inc
121 North Harbor Blvd
Fullerton, CA 92832
714-871-1805
e-mail us at
Store Hours::  info@mosfullertonmusic.com
Monday thru Thursday 10 AM - 6 PM
Friday & Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM,Closed Sundays
Conveniently located in Downtown Fullerton @ corner of Harbor & Amerige
harbor looking south
(downtown corner of Harbor and Amerige)
Mo's Fullerton Music Centers, Inc
Serving Orange County for over 50 years

Andrew Everson was raised by his hard-core Irish family in southern Colorado, taking up Celtic music on string and percussion instruments at age 10. Though originally self taught, he was then formally trained on violin by n assortment of instructors, including Don Robinson, concert master of the
Colorado Springs Symphony. Andrew has continued to walk a fine line between violin and fiddle, and has also obtained proficiency on most stringed instruments including Viola, Cello, Mandolin, Guitar, and 5str. Banjo. (He also noodles on odd world music instruments like the Peruvian Charango and
the Chinese Er-hu) Performing in Manitou's Iron Springs Chateau Dinner theatre in the early 80's gave Andrew plenty of experience on all instruments, and he has since played with a number of semi-famous acts such as Finn MacCool (Celtic
Fusion), The McGrath Bros. (Celtic), Kevin Cameron's Pale Riders (Country), and the Chapped Cheeks (Western Swing). Other career highlights have spanned
from being a soloist with the Colorado Springs Symphony under the direction of Harold Farberman (Suite form the Great American Cowboy) to an impromptu sharing of the stage with Gregg Allman.

From the very beginning, Andrew always made time to nurture and share his talents with his church, and has been Director of Music at St. Joachim Catholic Church in Costa Mesa CA since 1991. There he directs 3 choirs and provides music lessons for grades K-8. He also has many published choral works, available from Oregon Catholic Press, has created several choir CDs,
as well as CDs from the groups he's performed with through the years.
Life is short . . .
Don't forget to play!

Long after the gifts of childhood are gone, The Gift of Music lingers on!