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Jason Everman
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    (October 16, 1967- )
    Born in Kodiak, Alaska
    Grunge musician turned Green Beret
    Guitarist/bassist in Nirvana (1989), Soundgarden (1989-90), OLD (1990-92) and Mind Funk (1992-94)
    Served in the US Army in the 2nd Ranger Battalion and Special Forces (1994-2006)
    He was suspended from high school and sent to therapy after blowing up a school toilet with an M-80.
    He had a nose ring.
    He got kicked out of what become two of the biggest bands of the grunge movement.
    A magazine profile noted, 'He wasn't just Pete Best..... He was Pete Best twice.'
    Kurt Cobain called him 'a moody metalhead.'
    He was credited as a guitarist on the Nirvana album 'Bleach' and appeared on the cover, but he did not actually play on any of the tracks.
    He began playing guitar during his therapy sessions.
    He got credited on 'Bleach' partly as a 'thank you' for ponying up the $606.17 that the band owed the recording studio.
    His decision to join the Army was influenced by Renaissance sculptor Benvenuto Cellini, who said a well-rounded man should be an artist, warrior and philosopher.
    He served tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    After receiving an honorable discharge, he earned a degree in philosophy from Columbia University.
    He claims to have no regrets about leaving Nirvana and Soundgarden.
    He said, 'I'm going to make decisions based more on what I want to do and less on what I think other people expect of me or want me to do.'

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