Jason Everett (aka Mister E) is a performer, composer, and producer who plays a variety of stringed and percussive instruments with his primary instrument being his seven-string fretless bass guitar. Jason attended Northern Arizona University on a full scholarship for music and started playing professionally at sixteen years old. Jason has played music outside of the mainstream for most of his adult career, including with the avant-garde space-jazz ensemble, Little Green Men; Flamenco fusion groups, Machete’ and Deseo Carmin; and world fusion groups, Sarab, Avaaza, and Tarana. Jason is currently performing and recording with Bay Area world jazz fusion groups, Facing East and Ancient Future.
Jason has recently created a new band called Pandamonium, which is described as “Prog Rock Jazz Funk.” Finally, Jason is performing as a solo bass artist and has recently performed at NAMM (the National Association of Music Manufacturers) convention in LA, the International Solo Bass Competition hosted by bass amplifier manufacturer, Phil Jones Bass in NY, and as the headliner for Bass Bash in Denver, CO. Jason is an endorsed artist for Bartolini Pickups, Kalium Strings and Conklin Guitars, who have created a signature model instrument for Jason called, the “OM Bass.”
Artist Support Program 2017: Produce live recordings of 3-5 new jazz/fusion compositions with accompanying video production elements.