"Jack Ingram" (born November 15, 1970) is a Texas-based country music singer who is associated with the Red Dirt country music scene. He first made a living touring between Dallas and Houston and releasing several independent albums before signing with Warner Music, the first of several major labels to sign him. His most recent studio album was 2002's ''Electric''.
In 2005, Ingram signed to the independent record label Big Machine Records (an imprint of Showdog Nashville, formerly owned by Toby Keith). Under the Big Machine banner, Ingram released his latest record, a predominantly live album entitled ''Live - Wherever You Are''.
His first release on that record label - "Wherever You Are" - became Jack's first top 40, and later his #1 hit after 32 weeks on the Billboard Country singles chart. His followup single, "Love You", is currently climbing the charts.
Ingram's chart-topping success has led to a higher profile touring schedule. In 2006, he is set to support superstar country duo Brooks & Dunn as well as country-rock crossover artist Sheryl Crow. During Performances He's performed the first single from his new album, thought to be titled "Measure Of A Man,"...