Inigo Evans played guitar and bass in rock bands in the UK in the 1980s and ’90s. He studied sound engineering and had a short career running the sound for small bands, in parallel to lifting a lot of road cases for the Princes and U2s of the world. He also started teaching bass around 1993 at a recording/rehearal studio. After moving to Sydney, Australia in 1999, Inigo taught guitar a little but mainly founded and ran a successful Apple computer dealership for 15 years. In 2014, Inigo moved with his family to the Sunshine Coast and set up a private music teaching studio, “Play Nice Guitar”, which is thriving in Diddillibah. Inigo also teaches guitar at Matthew Flinders Anglican College in Buderim. He holds AMEB Contemporary Guitar and theory qualifications, (in addition to coaching students through AMEB and Rockschool exams), and has studied Music (performance, teaching and production degree) at CQ University. He also enjoys playing fingerstyle jazz/blues, rock, and collaborating with other musicians.