Jimmy Wayne made Veterans Day extra special for one particular group of heroes this year when he visited the Nashville VA’s healthcare facilities with Musicians on Call (MOC), a nonprofit organization that brings live and recorded music to patients’ bedsides around the country.
Meeting George Jones was a career highlight for almost every country singer. Even legends like Randy Travis and Reba McEntire treasure the photos they have with the singer. Today, stars have been sharing their favorite moments with Jones, who died at the age of 81 years old this morning.
It's not clear who Ronnie Dunn will vote for in November, but politics are something obviously important to him. Follow the singer on Facebook to read his -- and his followers' -- views on the state of the nation. He's holding a sort of open round table, posting their comments and responding, even if they're critical of him...
Jimmy Wayne took a job as a corrections officer at the Gaston, North Carolina Corrections Facility after getting his high school diploma. He spent time in a juvenile detention facility as a teenager and watched relatives go to prison, so he says he figured it'd be something he was qualified to do.
Donna Summer died on Thursday, and though she may be best known as the Queen of Disco, the 'Last Summer' singer's passing and an outpouring of support from country music artists proves the influence of an icon can transcend any genre.
The normally polite and proper country music community is beginning to take sides in the drama between Eric Church and Blake Shelton. Jimmy Wayne posted a long letter to fans at his Facebook page defending both Shelton and reality television shows like 'The Voice' and 'American Idol.'
Chances are that no matter what happens to Jimmy Wayne in the coming weeks, he will remain with a smile on his face and in the grandest of moods. Earlier this month, Wayne was sitting front and center in a Tennessee board room when the news was revealed that a new bill he was fighting for -- one which supports foster children -- had passed congress.
As if walking over 1,700 miles across the country for homeless youth in 2010 on his Meet Me Halfway campaign wasn't enough of a stand for Jimmy Wayne to talk for foster kids nationwide, he is now doing even more. Wayne has teamed up with Memphis Representative to pass a critical legislation bill in Tennessee to help many foster children transition into adulthood after they "age out" of t
With each passing year, Jimmy Wayne strives for new ways to continue to bring awareness to a cause he holds desperately close to his heart: teen homelessness. Growing up in and out of the foster care system himself, Wayne knows painfully well what a kid faces living life on the streets, never knowing when or if that next meal will come.