JacK is a full-time artist and writer, and lives in Denton – the only city in Texas that has it’s namesake, Rev. John B. Denton, buried on the lawn of the old Court House on the square. His country music roots took hold as a pup, sitting on that hardwood floor every Saturday night arms-length from a blk-n-wht Sears and Roebuck’s, begining with “Hee Haw” then “Grand Ole Opry” and ending with “The Porter Waggener Show." He's always loved country music, but he didn’t get the song writing bug, until the early eighties when he heard the brand new sound, and saw that waggin' needle-toe cowboy boot, belonging to the person who saved country music... "The Count of Cowpunk” Dwight Yoakam. An hour after hearing “Honky Tonk Man” he wrote his first "bad" country song, titled “Honky Tonk Bound”.