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Jace Everett (born May 27, 1972) is an American acoustic rock and country-inflected singer-songwriter and guitarist that has enjoyed consistent European success, hailing from Evansville, Indiana, U.S.
Born in Evansville, Indiana, Everett moved around regularly with his family in order for his father to secure work. From an early age the Indiana-native played music in his church and subsequently contributed to school concerts and performances. After graduating from high school the singer attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee before dropping out to tour with a pop cover band. A tumultuous period ensued for Everett, however in 2005 the singer-songwriter landed a deal with Epic Records, who issued his debut single “That’s The Kind of Love I’m In” in June 2005. The single charted at No. 52 on the Country Charts and paved the way for his debut, self-titled album in March 2006.
The album’s subsequent singles included “Bad Things”, “Nowhere in the Neighbourhood”, and “Everything I Want”, after which Everett received a Broadcast Music Incorporated Award for co-writing Josh Turner’s No. 1 Country Chart song, “Your Man”. Prior to the release of his second album, Everett’s single “Bad Things” was chosen as the theme song for the HBO series “True Blood”. The feature catapulted the singer to international notoriety, with the single charting in Norway, Sweden, and the UK.
The full-length “Old New Borrowed Blues” arrived in November 2008 on Western Records, followed by “Red Revelations” in 2009. The latter peaked at No. 12 on the Norwegian Albums Chart, aided by the Norwegian No. 2 re-released single “Bad Things”. Having signed with Hump Head Records in 2011, the singer-songwriter released his fourth full-length “Mr. Good Times” in September that year, followed by “Terra Rosa” in July 2013.