Raised as an ‘Army brat’, well-travelled across the globe, then graduating from UCSD with a degree in Sociology, Cowboy Jack began his professional country music career while working at Opryland in Nashville, Tennessee. He was chosen to sing on The Grand Ole Opry, Porter Wagoner introduced him and he sang "Truck Drivin' Man" and "There's a Tear in My Beer". That great performance and audience reaction inspired him to organize 'The Hank Show', a vintage replica band covering the music of Hank Williams, Sr.
Cowboy Jack also created 'Band in Black', an authentic tribute to Johnny Cash. His shows have entertained nationwide including Southern California, Las Vegas, and Branson, Missouri.
The 'North County Cowboys' is a group of musicians from North San Diego County who provides back-up for Cowboy Jack's review of traditional vintage country music covering Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Willie Nelson and more. Three-piece vocal group with authentic country attire, acoustic guitar, harmonica, steel guitar, lead guitar and upright bass. Hits include "Hey, Good Lookin",
"I Walk the Line", "Okie from Muskogee", "Tiger by the Tail" and "On the Road Again".