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Jason Everman (born October 16, 1967) was the second guitarist of Nirvana who played with them from February to July of 1989.

Pre-Nirvana work[edit | edit source]

Previous to Nirvana, he and Nirvana drummer Chad Channing played together in the band Stonecrow.

Bleach[edit | edit source]

Jason Everman helped pay for the publishing of Bleach album for $606.67. He did not play on any of the tracks but he was credited as a second guitarist, for a special thanks from Kurt Cobain.

Bleach Tour[edit | edit source]

He went on to tour with them from February to July of 1989. Everman quit the band due to getting into a fight with a drunk guy who came on stage constantly swearing on to the microphone at the Pyramid club.

Post-Nirvana work[edit | edit source]

As soon as he left the band he joined Soundgarden as a temporary bassist in 1990. He later joined the band Mind Funk in 1993, but left the band in 1994 to join the United States Army fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq. After receiving an honorable discharge in 2006, he decided to study at Columbia University. He currently still studies there.

Discography[edit | edit source]

With Stonecrow[edit | edit source]

  • demo

With Nirvana[edit | edit source]

With OLD[edit | edit source]

  • Lo Flux Tube (1991)
  • Masters of Misery – Black Sabbath: An Earache Tribute (1992)

With Soundgarden[edit | edit source]

  • Hands All Over (1990)
  • Loudest Love (1990)
  • Louder Than Live (1990)

Tourography[edit | edit source]

With Nirvana[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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