‘Red Revelations,’ the new album by singer-songwriter Jace Everett, will make its world premiere June 22, one day prior to its physical and digital release June 23, in a full-album performance with a five-member band and multi-camera production, web cast in high-definition, live from the stage of the Nashville concert space 12th and Porter.
‘Red Revelations’ is the third studio album by Everett, best known for writing and performing the irresistibly charged-up rockabilly come-on “Bad Things,” the opening theme of the Golden Globe-honored HBO series “True Blood.”
Produced in part by Chuck Prophet (Green on Red) and in part by Everett, ‘Red Revelations’ will be released in two vinyl formats: standard black, as well as a special limited edition red vinyl pressing, in addition to CD and digital release on the Weston Boys/Haywood Group label.
The webcast will begin at 9 p.m. Central Standard Time on June 22, with links to http://www.productionavenue.com/jace placed at the artist’s official websites at http://www.jaceeverett.com and http://www.myspace.com/jaceeverett. Joining Everett onstage are the album’s roster of ace players: on drums, Derek Mixon; on bass, James Cook; and two frequent collaborators: on guitar, Dan Cohen and on guitar and keyboards, Chris Raspante.