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Jack Ingram

Texas-based modern-day honky tonker Jack Ingram first carved out a niche for himself in the bars and roadhouses between Dallas and Houston. By the mid-'90s, after extensive touring with his Beat Up Ford Band, he had released two well-received independent albums and had opened for artists like Merle Haggard and Mark Chesnutt. The end of 1996 brought about a deal with Warner, which reissued his first two indie albums, and in 1997 issued his major-label debut, Livin' or Dyin'. Moving to Sony's Lucky Dog label in 1999, Ingram released his fifth roots rock album, Hey You. Three years later, he hooked up with Lee Ann Womack's producer, Frank Liddell, for Electric. Young Man, a compilation of recordings of many of his earliest songs, and Live at Gruene Hall: Happy Happy both arrived in 2004. Live Wherever You Are, a live recording featuring two studio singles, was released in 2006 and was his first for Big Machine Records, a label operated by record executive Scott Borchetta and fellow country crooner Toby Keith. A second release from Big Machine, This Is It, followed in 2007. Big Dreams & High Hopes appeared in 2009. The album produced two modest hits -- "That's a Man," which preceded the album's release, and "Barefoot and Crazy," which went to ten on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart -- but the record stalled at 21 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. Ingram left Big Machine in 2011 and spent the following five years slowly working on the material that became Midnight Motel, the album he released on Rounder in 2016. After its August release, it debuted at 24 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Stations Featuring
Jack Ingram

    Outlaw Country

    Outlaw Country
    2 songs

    '00s Country

    '00s Country
    6 songs

    Heartbreak Hotel

    Heartbreak Hotel
    1 song

    Country Party

    Country Party
    1 song

Albums by
Jack Ingram

Top Songs by
Jack Ingram

  1.   Song
  2.   Barefoot and Crazy
  3.   Love You
  4.   Wherever You Are
  5.   Free
  6.   Barbie Doll
  7.   One Thing
  8.   How Many Days?
  9.   Keep on Keepin' On
  10.   Seeing Stars
  11.   That's a Man
  12.   Fool
  13.   Goodnight Moon
  14.   Attitude & Driving
  15.   Never Knocked Me Down by Danielle Peck
  16.   Edge of Nowhere
  17.   Travis County
  18.   Living Beyond My Means
  19.   Run to Me
  20.   A Little Bit
  21.   I Won't Go With Her
  22.   Mustang Burn
  23.   Work This Out
  24.   Biloxi
  25.   Don't You Remember
  26.   Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music)
  27.   She Does Her Best
  28.   Politics and Religion
  29.   These Days
  30.   Mary Go 'Round
  31.   Making Plans
  32.   That's Not Me
  33.   Heartache
  34.   Happy Happy Country Country
  35.   Hello
  36.   Nothing to Gain
  37.   She Don't Love You
  38.   Red, White & Blues
  39.   Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line
  40.   Pete, Jesus and Jack
  41.   You Never Leave
  42.   We're All in This Together
  43.   One Lie Away
  44.   Inna from Mexico
  45.   Hey You
  46.   I Would
  47.   Talk About
  48.   Feel Like I'm Falling in Love
  49.   Dallas
  50.   Imitation of Love
  51.   Flutter
  52.   Ghost of a Man
  53.   Nothin' Wrong With That
  54.   I'll Catch You When You Fall
  55.   She's Gone
  56.   Run Away With You
  57.   Able Bodied Man
  58.   Workin'
  59.   Still Got Scars
  60.   Drive On
  61.   Make My Heart Flutter
  62.   Beat Up Ford
  63.   Big Time
  64.   You Are My Sunshine
  65.   Man in Your Life
  66.   King of Wasted Time
  67.   In the Corner
  68.   Big Dreams & High Hopes
  69.   Everybody
  70.   What Makes You Say?
  71.   Rank Bull
  72.   Runaway Cadillac
  73.   Anymore Good Loving
  74.   Airways Motel
  75.   I Can't Leave You
  76.   Picture on My Wall
  77.   Rita Ballou
  78.   Hang Down Your Head
  79.   Elmo Lincoln
  80.   One Light Town
  81.   Tuesday Night
  82.   Younger Days
  83.   Lonesome Question
  84.   Things Get Cloudy
  85.   A Song for Amy
  86.   Miss You
  87.   Sight Unseen
  88.   Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?
  89.   Bob Wills Is Still the King
  90.   Juanita
  91.   Not Giving Up On Me

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