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Live In Texas: Jack Ingram

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Live In Texas introduces Jack Ingram!

 

Jack Ingram Ingram was born in The Woodlands, Texas and began writing songs and performing while attending South Methodist University. During college he began performing at a bar and eventually was discovered.He began touring with Mark Chesnutt and other acts. Eventually he released a self titled album called Jack Ingram in 1992 and was signed by Warner Bros. Records, releasing a new album called Live at Adair's.

In 2005 he signed to a different record label, called Big Machine Records. He produced a new album and produced his first top 40, called Wherever You Are.

In 2006 he released a many single hits that peaked all the way to No. 16th with "Lips of an Angel"

 

He won the Academy of Country Awards award for top new male vocalist on May 19, 2008. Ingram also filled in for radio host Bob Kingsley on the countdown show "Bob Kinsgley Top 40 Countdown" for the week of September 20–21, 2008.

According to CMT, Ingram's Big Dreams & High Hopes album has "more guts" and Ellis Paul's "The World Ain't Slowing Down" may be the song that takes Ingram to the "next level".  Its lead-off single "That's A Man" charted in the Top 20, followed by "Barefoot and Crazy," which became his second Top 10 hit.

On August 26, 2009, Ingram set a Guinesses record for the most radio interviews in one day, when he was interviewed 215 times.

As a sideline, Ingram does voice imaging for a number of country stations, including WSIX- FM Nashville, WMIL-FM Milwaukee, KWJJ-FM Portland, Ore. and KSCS Dallas. Ingram and Big Machine separated in late 2011.

Discography:

  • (2007) This Is It - #4
  • (2002) Electric - #34
  • (2009) Big Dreams & High Hopes - #21
  • (1997) Flutter - #51
  • (1999) How Many Days - #64
  • (2006) Love you- #12
  • (2005) Wherever You Are - # 63
  • (2007) Maybe She'll get Lonely - #24
  • (2008) That's A Man - #18
  • (2009) Barefoot and Crazy - #10
  • (2009) Seeing Stars (with Patty Griffin) - # 54
  • (2010) Free - #42
  • (2010) Barbie Doll - #56