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Old New Borrowed Blues

Jace Everett

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Bad Things

What a song!! I don't listen to country music as a general rule, usually it just doesn't appeal to me, but I love 'Bad Things'. When I first heard it as the True Blood theme song I had to get it. Kudos to Jace Everett for making me see the light that is some country music :D

Mr Good Times

Got the chance to see him live in Melb. Cannot believe so many Aussies have never heard of him, im fixin to change that! This guy is amazing! Jace and the band rocked hard for a tiny audience and played like it was a packed stadium! Rockin sound, smart lyrics and a sense of humor made this the best $60 i ever spent on tickets. Give it a chance and i guarantee you will be back for more!

Biography

Born: 1972 in Evansville, IN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born in Indiana but raised in Texas, singer/songwriter Jace Everett spent his formative years playing bass and singing in his church youth group. Enamored by both gospel music and the works of country artists like Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, Everett — despite taking a stab at collegiate life at Belmont University in Nashville — seemed destined for the music business. After quitting school, he toured the world in a pop cover band, eventually getting married and fathering a child...
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