Jace Everett– Jace Everett Beasley (born May 27, 1972) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who performs country and rock music. He grew up in an evangelical environment and learned about music, played bass and did his first real public singing in church.
Signed to Epic Records in 2005, he released his debut single “That’s the Kind of Love I’m In” in 2005, which peaked at No. 52 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, and was the first single from his self-titled debut album.
He scored his first #1 co-writing Josh Turner’s RIAA platinum certified 2006 country smash, “Your Man.”
His song “Bad Things” is the theme for the HBO series True Blood and in the same year, he released his third album, Red Revelations, under the Weston Boys label. “Bad Things” proved a worldwide hit single, as well as a multiple BMI Cable Television Music Award winner, and helped propel the show to its extraordinary long-running success.
A series of albums followed, each more adventurous and acclaimed than its predecessor, including 2010’s Red Revelations and 2011’s Mr. Good Times. Everett further tightened his gritty, groovy sound with frequent international tours, raising up a fervent fan following at every turn.