greatest tenor voice in Country Music", Jimmy Fortune sang for The
Statler Brothers for 21 years. Jimmy joined the Statler Brothers
in January 1982. With this new avenue of musical expression, Jimmy
began writing songs and several were recorded with The Statler Brothers.
The songs he wrote were all successful on the country music charts.
These included: "Elizabeth", "Too Much On My heart", "My Only Love",
and "More Than A Name On A Wall".
Jimmy's musical career included weekly appearances on The
Nashville Network's show, "The Statler Brothers Show" which
aired for seven seasons and debuted in 1991 as the highest
rated show for The Nashville Network.
Jimmy was privileged to perform at the White House on two
occasions, once for President Ronald Reagan and once for
President George Bush. He also presented
a special gift to actress Elizabeth Taylor by singing his song "Elizabeth" to
her for a birthday celebration.
Jimmy's undying faith in Jesus Christ is clearly communicated
on his new album "I
Believe". His new single just released to the market " I Wrote It In Red" not
only shows his vocal ability but his ability to communicate a story through
song. Song Garden Music Group proudly presents Jimmy Fortune.