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Jack Ingram

Jack Owen Ingram (born November 15, 1970) is an American country music artist formerly signed to Big Machine Records, an independent record label. He has released seven studio albums, one extended play, one compilation album, six live albums and 18 singles. Although active since 1992, Ingram did not reach the U.S. country Top 40 until the late 2005 release of his single "Wherever You Are". A number one hit on the Billboard country charts, it was also his first release for Big Machine and that label's first Number One hit. Besides this song, Ingram has sent six other songs into the country Top 40: "Love You," a cover version of Hinder's "Lips of an Angel," "Measure of a Man," "Maybe She'll Get Lonely," "That's a Man" and "Barefoot and Crazy."


Jack won the CMT Award for Wide Open Country Video of the Year in 2007.
Jack's new album which came out March 27, 2007 This Is It is his first studio album since Electric came out June 4, 2002.
On CMT his videos for Wherever You Are reached number two and Love You reached number one.
Jack co-wrote "Easy As 1, 2, 3", "Don't Want To Hurt", and "All I Can Do". He wrote "Great Divide", "Make A Wish (Coming Home Again)", and "Ava Adele" off his album This Is It.
Jack's single Wherever You Are landed at Number One on Billboard's Country Singles chart.
At Game 1 of the 2006 NBA Finals, Jack sang the National Anthem to 12 million viewers.
Jack appeared in LeeAnn Womack's video for I May Hate Myself In The Morning.
Every year since 2002 when Austin City Limits Music Festival began, Jack has performed.

 

Country

Lips Of An Angel
Love You
Maybe She'll Get Lonely
Measure Of A Man
Barefoot And Crazy
That's A Man

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