True flood: Jace rescheduled

Jace Everett
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JACE Everett was scheduled to play in the Blues tent on Saturday night at the Optus Gympie Music Muster, but flooding meant he couldn't get through.

Instead he rescheduled to play on Sunday afternoon.

"The road had about eight inches of rushing water and we turned it around 'cause we were in a van with about seven people," he explains.

"We decided that probably wasn't a good call so we rescheduled."

"It's a real privilege to be able to participate in something that's not from my country, but I'm getting to hang out in your country and enjoy it so it's been good."

Jace took some time out on Sunday afternoon to talk to the Gympie Times for an exclusive video interview.

From True Blood to time off and fledgling plans to come back to Australia in 2012, it can all be seen and heard in the video below.

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