"Jimmy Wayne" was born in 1972 in Kings Mountain, North Carolina. He is an American country music singer and songwriter, now living in Nashville, Tennessee.
Wayne signed a contract with http://www.dreamworksrec.com DreamWorks Records in Nashville in 2001. Jimmy’s debut album was in June of 2003 and placed a single in the Top 10 before he released his album. One of his songs, ''Stay Gone'', was a Billboard country hit. That was followed by ''Paper Angels'', a narrative of his own life story, and ''Blue and Brown'', which was about an encounter with a foster brother who became an inmate.
Wayne's influences include Hall and Oates, Alan Jackson, Lionel Richie, Ronnie Milsap, Iron Maiden, Queensrÿche and Judas Priest.
Wayne was a performer at HomeBase Youth Services 2006 Doorway of Hope Dinner in Phoenix Arizona. There he performed his hit "I Love You This Much" and a new song "Elephant Years". He talked candidly about being homeless and child abuse. Also present Dave Pelzer and author/musician/actor Parys Sylver.
*''Are you Ever Gonna Love Me?''
|years active||2001– Present|
|origin||Kings Mountain, North Carolina|
|music genre||Country music|