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Jimmy Wayne
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    (October 23, 1972- )
    Born in Kings Mountain, North Carolina
    Birth name is Jimmy Wayne Barber
    Notable songs include 'Stay Gone,' 'The Rabbit,' 'After You,' 'I Love You This Much,' 'Paper Angels,' 'Do You Believe Me Now,' 'I Will,' 'I'll Be That' and 'Sara Smile'
    Discography includes 'Jimmy Wayne (2003),' 'Do You Believe Me Now (2008)' and 'Sara Smile' (2009)
    He legally dropped 'Barber' from his name citing it had no personal significance to him.
    He waited five years to record his second full-length album.
    He recorded a cover of Hall and Oates signature song 'Sara Smile.'
    His single 'Paper Angels' was released as a single twice.
    He was dropped from the Big Machine label, after he was involved in a conflict over his materials.
    His song 'The Rabbit' is a revenge fantasy about a woman who gets away with murdering her abusive husband.
    He grew up in an abusive home, and spent a frequent amount of time in foster care.
    He worked as a corrections officer in North Carolina prior to pursuing a career in music.
    He majored in criminal justice at the local community college in his hometown of Kings Mountain, NC.
    He wrote most of his own songs, which are frequently based on personal experiences.
    He walked from Nashville to Phoenix in a seven month period to raise awareness to foster children who age out of the system with little life skills training (2010).
    Despite breaking his foot, he succesfully finished his tour for the 'Meet Me Halfway' campaign.

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