|Birth Name:||Jimmy Wayne Barber|
|Net Worth:||$5 million|
|Qualification:||Associate degree in criminal justice|
Jimmy Wayne Barber is famous as an American country music singer, songwriter and also an author. In 2003, he released his self-titled debut album on DreamWorks Records label. Jimmy Wayne net worth is estimated to be around $ 5 million.
Jimmy Wayne Barber was born on October 23, 1972, in Kings Mountain, North California. He released his four singles including “Stay Gone” and “I Love You This Much”. His both single released reached Top Ten on the Billboard country charts. Jimmy Wayne net worth is also under review in 20147-2018.
Barber released his second album in August 2008, Do You Believe Me Now, which became his first Number One hit in late 2008.
Jimmy Wayne had a struggling life from a young age.
Jimmy lived in Kings Mountain, North California. His biological father abandoned him when he was a child. He and his sister were sometimes raised in foster homes. They were left with other people when their mother would leave them or go to jail.
In 1985, his mother served four months in prison when Wayne was 12. He eventually moved in with an elderly couple, Russell and Bea Coster.
Jimmy had to work as a guard at the Gaston Correctional Facility, after finishing high school.
He studied hard and earned an associate degree in criminal justice at a community college.
He worked as a corrections officer for four years before moving to Nashville.
Wayne also worked as a songwriter for Acuff-Rose Music in Nashville, collaborating with Sanger D. Shafer, Dean Dillon, and others while practicing his guitar and songwriting skills.
One of his first cuts as a songwriter was “Put Your Hand in mine.” His song released by Tracy Byrd in late in 1999. Wayne had signed to a recording contract with DreamWorks Records’ by 2001.
In 2003, Wayne released his debut single, “Stay Gone.” His sister inspired this song. She explained her marital troubles to him by saying “everything would be better if her husband would just stay gone.” According to CMT, Jimmy Wayne songs went on to peak at No.3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Century Singles which was also the first release from his self-titled debut album. His song was produced by Chris Lindsey and James Stroud.
The next single, “I Love You This Much,” went on to the peak at No.6 which was followed by “You Are” and “Paper Angels” both are at No. 18. Jimmy earned a William Booth Award for “Paper Angels,” which recites about the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program.
Wayne was transferred to Big Machine Records after DreamWorks closed in 2005. In August 2008, his first single for Valory, “Do You Believe Me Now” entered the country charts and became the third top ten. On the Hot Country song charts, the title track became his first Number One hit for the week of September 13, 2008.
Wayne released a cover version of Hall and Oates in September 2009, with backing vocals from Hall and Oats in single “Sara Smile.” The song has become Wayne seventh Top 40 country single as well as Hall of Oats.
In mid-2009, Jimmy joined Brad Paisley and Dierks Bentley on the American Saturday Night tour.
Jimmy co-wrote a novel, Walk to Beautiful: The Power of Love and a Homeless kid who found the way with Ken Abraham. The book reflects his life story. He was inspired by the “Meet Me Halfway” campaign.
He has shared in his instagram post thanking Walmart for carrying his new book Ruby, The Foster Dog.
Jimmy Wayne is a country singer. Jimmy Wayne net worth is shown as $5 million, as also his net worth is under review in 2017.
Jimmy lives in Kings Mountain, who has been sparking a romance with Jackie Marushka. He revealed himself about their love affair with Jackie Marushka by posting a couple of pictures of them together in social media sites.
We can see that Jackie also loves to compliment Jimmy and is really in love with the country singer.
— Jackie Marushka (@JackieMarushka) June 4, 2016
— Jackie Marushka (@JackieMarushka) October 23, 2017