Jason Everman

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Jason Everman was born on 16 October, 1967 in Ouzinkie, Alaska, United States, is an American musician. Discover Jason Everman’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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Age53 years old
Zodiac SignLibra
Born16 October 1967
Birthday16 October
BirthplaceOuzinkie, Alaska, United States
NationalityUnited States

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Jason Everman Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Jason Everman worth at the age of 53 years old? Jason Everman’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. He is from United States. We have estimated Jason Everman’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Jason Everman


In May of 2017 the band Silence & Light was formed after Everman met with Brad Thomas in New York. By July of 2017 the band had a full lineup with Everman playing the Guitar. Their album began recording in January 2019 in Van Nuys California. By October of 2019 the first song had been released, with the full album being released in December of 2019. The band consists of military veterans and the album was produced by Grammy Award-winning Producer Josh Gudwin and Studio Engineer Bil Lane. The band is committed to helping and providing their profits to help members of the Special Operations Community, the Military and First Responders. The band says they are considered a Mordern Rock genre.


In a 2013 interview in The New York Times Magazine, Everman said when asked about his birth, “My birth certificate says Kodiak, but I’m pretty sure it was Ouzinkie, where my parents lived in a two-room cabin with a pet ocelot named Kia.” His parents had moved to the remote Spruce Island to, as guitarist and writer Clay Tarver put it, “get back to nature”, but their marriage did not survive the isolation. His mother left with Jason when he was a toddler, moved to Washington, and remarried to a former Navy serviceman; the family eventually settled in Poulsbo, across Puget Sound from Seattle.

After receiving an honorable discharge in 2006, Everman went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Columbia University School of General Studies on May 20, 2013. General Stanley A. McChrystal wrote a letter of recommendation for his application. In September 2010, Everman conducted an interview with Music Life Radio detailing his life. He also briefly appears in a 2010 documentary on Motörhead frontman Lemmy where he described Motorhead as “Good go-to-war music.”

In July 2013, The New York Times published a portrait on Everman, written by guitarist and writer Clay Tarver. The article features interviews with Everman, his family members, former band colleagues, music industry people, and soldiers. A 2014 The Daily Beast interview mentions that Everman was invited to and attended Nirvana’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, that he lives in New York, has participated in writing workshops and “still goes overseas regularly, working as a consultant for the military.”


A two-song Nirvana session featuring Everman on guitar is available, albeit in separate releases. A Kiss cover called “Do You Love Me?” was released on a tribute album and “Dive” was released on 2004’s With the Lights Out. Both tracks were recorded at The Evergreen State College’s 24-track studio in June 1989.


In September 1994, influenced by Renaissance icon Benvenuto Cellini (who stated that a well-rounded man is an artist, warrior and philosopher), he left Mind Funk to join the United States Army, subsequently serving with the Army’s 2nd Ranger Battalion and later with the Special Forces, serving tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. After completing his service, he took a break from the military and lived in New York City where he briefly worked as a bike messenger. He then traveled to Tibet and worked and studied in a Buddhist monastery before returning to the U.S. He reentered the Army when offered the chance to join Special Forces.


Everman joined Nirvana in February 1989 as a second guitarist. He is listed as being second guitarist on Nirvana’s Bleach and appears on the cover, but did not actually play on any of the tracks. Nirvana founder Kurt Cobain said the credit was a token of thanks to Everman for paying a fee of $606.17 to record the album. On the 2009 remastered edition of Bleach, Everman is no longer credited but can still be seen on the front cover and he is given special thanks in the booklet.

Everman toured with Nirvana the summer of 1989 in support of Bleach. He can be heard playing guitar on Trust No-One, an unofficial release of a live performance in Boston. Cobain had broken his guitar the previous night and only provided vocals, leaving the guitar playing to Everman. Everman can also be seen in the bootleg video of Nirvana playing an “in store” performance at Rhino Records in Los Angeles on June 23, 1989. During his time with Nirvana, he could sometimes be seen using Fender guitars, generally the Fender Telecaster. Nirvana ejected Everman from the band after a short time.

Everman left Nirvana in July 1989 and joined Soundgarden the following year as Hiro Yamamoto’s temporary successor on bass. In April 1990, he played on the band’s cover of The Beatles’ “Come Together”, which appeared on an EP called Loudest Love. Everman appeared in Soundgarden’s Louder Than Live home video. Everman left immediately after Soundgarden completed its promotional tour for Louder Than Love in mid-1990 to play bass for the band OLD (Old Lady Drivers) and Soundgarden found Yamamoto’s ultimate successor, bassist Ben Shepherd. Later, in 1993, he played guitar in Mind Funk.


Jason Mark Everman (born October 16, 1967) is an American musician and soldier who played guitar with Nirvana and bass in Soundgarden and OLD. He later served tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan with the U.S. Army as an Army Ranger and Green Beret. As of May of 2017 Everman plays the Guitar in a military veteran band called Silence & Light.