Randy Jack has a unique, authentic country voice which is truly his own style. In a WCXI listener’s poll in Detroit he was once voted the #1 country entertainer in southeastern Michigan by their listeners. Randy headlined the WCXI outdoor concert that followed the listeners voting. Born and raised in Michigan Randy performed at the Michigan state fair multiple times ahead of stars like Tony Orlando, and Ray Charles. He later shared the stage with country greats Ernest Tubb, Billy Crash Craddock, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Tanya Tucker, to name a few, touring the South and the Midwest. He’s made multiple appearances on local TV in Detroit, he wrote and performed the theme song to the stars of tomorrow TV show on Channel 2 in Detroit. He also appeared on the Soupy Sales Telethon on Channel 20; other TV appearances included Channel 7, and Channel 50. As a song writer, one of his original songs is slated for release in 2019. His first album “Love Is Taking Over” received very positive reviews however, his latest release “One of Those Nights” is thought to be his best work yet. Randy will be releasing his first Christmas Single “Wrap Me In Your Love,” originally recorded on the Mr. Christmas album by Joe Diffie, this is its first release as a single and the reviews have been stellar. Randy’s version of the song has a smooth country feel. Randy has been singing since he was a child, encouraged by his family he never let go of his love for music instead he embraced it. At one point in his career Randy made a crucial decision to walk away from a promising career to be a father to his two children he had to leave behind in Michigan. Now, years later he’s brought back that distinct country voice and showmanship he is known for.
Currently, you will find Randy in the July 2018 edition of Nashville Country Music Magazine with Tanya Tucker on the cover. Early fans and new fans alike are all enjoying this new version of Randy Jack and you will too!
State your reason for choosing music as a career.
At a very young age music chose me. As a child my family encouraged me to sing. My grandpa bought me a juke box and I’d sing to the music constantly. My grandmother would take me to jamborees where I sang with country bands. My aunt would sing with me and teach me songs on family trips, and I was always encouraged to sing in front of crowds.