Delivered in Indiana but raised in Tx, vocalist/songwriter Jace Everett spent his formative years using bass and performing in his cathedral youngsters group. Enamored by both gospel music as well as the functions of country performers like Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, Everett — despite going for a stab at collegiate lifestyle at Belmont School in Nashville — appeared destined for the music business. After stopping college, he toured the globe within a pop cover music group, ultimately engaged and getting married and fathering a kid before moving back again to Texas. Some odd jobs implemented (ditchdigger, photographer, vehicle washer, waiter, etc.), and a divorce, ultimately leading the disappointed musician back again to Nashville. Within a season of his come back, and after several false begins, Everett arrived a major-label record cope with Sony Nashville. Made by Tag Wright and Greg Droman, his eponymous debut record found its way to 2005. The record received a lift in publicity twelve months afterwards, when “Poor Factors” became the theme tune from the HBO series Accurate Blood.