Jerry Wallace

Genres: Country & Bluegrass
Descriptive "tags": country 60s pop vocal singer jery wallace male vocalists Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1950s 1960s 1970s 1990s 2000s
Links online: Wikipedia

Biography

15 December 1928, Guildford, Missouri, USA, d. 5 May 2008, Victorville, California, USA. A pop/country singer and guitarist who made his initial recordings for Allied in 1951, but achieved his first chart success when his 1958 Challenge recording of ‘How The Time Flies’ reached number 11 in the US pop charts. After further pop successes, including ‘Primose Lane’, ‘In The Misty Moonlight’, and his recording of film star Audie Murphy’s song ‘Shutters And Boards’, he first appeared in the country charts with his 1965 Mercury Records recording of ‘Life’s Gone And Slipped Away’. Between then and 1979, he went on to register 32 more country hits, including a number 1 in 1972 with ‘If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry’ (also a minor pop hit) and a number 2 with ‘Do You Know What It’s Like To Be Lonesome’. His later recordings were on many different labels including Liberty Records, Decca...

Arrow Read the Full Biography of Jerry Wallace

Email alerts for products
by Jerry Wallace
Email Icon