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Biography

Jacky Jack White is the host of the nationally syndicated radio show, "The Sucarnochee (pronounced: ‘Sook-uh-notch-eee’) Revue". The “Revue” is on fifty-nine radio stations in twelve states, and overseas. The show is taped at the University of West Alabama in Livingston Alabama where Jack resides, and it is also taped from the Temple Theatre in Meridian,Mississippi. Jack has lived in Alabama for over twenty years.He is married to the former Jody Tartt, a native of Livingston, Al. Their children are Kate, Mary Mac, and Henry. Jack is also a Church of Christ minister who has served churches fulltime and by appointment since 1980. He has written for various magazines, and currently has two books slated for publication in Fall of 2010.
Jacky was known mostly as a songwriter in the early part of his career.His songs first made the charts in 1985. Some of the artists who recorded his songs are: Ray Stevens, Charley Pride, Buddy Jewell, Steve Wariner, Neal McCoy and Mark Lowery. Over one hundred of his songs have been recorded.
Jack received an ASCAP (American Society of Authors, Composers, and Publishers) Award for "If I Didn't Love You", and a NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Assoc.,Inc.) Award for the #1 Southern Gospel song, "When Men Pray." In 2005, Jack was featured on the Grammy nominated CD, “Clouds.”
He has produced C.D.'s including artists such as J. Burton Fuller; the Carter Sisters; plus, CD’s featuring artists from the Sucarnochee Revue on Silverwolf Records, and his own label, Sucarnochee Records. Numbered among these various titles are “The Sucarnochee Revue Presents Jacky Jack White”; “The Sucarnochee Revue Presents Music for the New South: Volumes I, II, and III”; “On a Sumter County Porch”; and “South City Records presents Jacky Jack White, Live !!!” Jacky Jack White is also showcased as an artist and writer on “Diamond Cuts Vol. Eleven”. This “Hungry for Records” release includes baseball songs written and performed by Art Garfunkel, George Bensen, Bing Crosby, and others.
In March 2009, Jacky Jack White’s Sucarnochee Revue Radio Program was awarded a citation from the Country Music Association for “Outstanding work and promotion of Grassroots Music across the world”. In April 2009, Jack was awarded the prestigious Fellowship in Music Award from the Alabama State Council for the Arts recognizing his accomplishments and long career in the music business.
In the Fall of 2010, the Sheldon Reynolds movie, “A Modern Fable” features “Another Wave Rollin’ In” written by Jack and Perry Sanders,Jr.
Website:
jackyjack.com

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