eerie, sexy HBO series True Blood, it's not too late to meet the voice behind the hit show's
theme song "Bad Things." Indiana native Jace Everett's cinematic country blues runs deep on his latest record Red
Revelations, out now.
RED REVELATIONS, the new
album by Nashville-based singer-songwriter JACE EVERETT, is a work of rare accomplishment and abandon, brimming with
barely-contained emotions and urges. They are pervasive in the music, the voice and the songwriting. The primal, penetrating power
of Everett’s roots-music fusion, revving up from insinuation to howling gale-force rock in a second, has already started
listeners wondering: So, where’ve you been, man? The answer is: Everywhere, and right in front of your nose.
Just “Google” Jace Everett’s name and you’ll find yourself knee-deep in the ooh’s and
ahh’s of daily papers from Boston to Chicago and Seattle that can’t discuss the second season debut of HBO’s
rocketing Golden Globe-honored drama TRUE BLOOD without mentioning the brilliant opening title montage, devised around the swampy
rockabilly come-on of Everett’s “Bad Things.” True Blood creator Alan Ball’s series and films, including
Six Feet Under and American Beauty, have regularly made music cues into iconic characters. See him live on youtube Click here: