Jim Wise | Cowboy Cadillac

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Cowboy Cadillac

by Jim Wise

Rockin' Country with high energy and strong emotions.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cowboy Cadillac
2:40 $0.99
2. Ease My Troubled Mind
3:50 $0.99
3. Scatter the Ashes
4:22 $0.99
4. Like a Stone
4:13 $0.99
5. Rock & Roll Money
3:12 $0.99
6. Way Down
3:19 $0.99
7. You and Me and the Night
2:46 $0.99
8. Coming to a Honky Tonk Near You
2:20 $0.99
9. There She Goes Again
3:18 $0.99
10. I Still Do
2:33 $0.99
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Album Notes
Jim Wise entertains with the smooth power of his voice and his superb guitar skills. Listeners will rock to his truckin' sounds and love the emotional delivery of his ballads.

The windup, an outreached 6 foot 4 inch body, the smokin' powerful release, and the roar of the crowd have created excitement for Jim Wise in two careers.

A native of Joplin, Missouri, Jim was always focused on sports, but at the age of 14 he bought his first guitar from Grandpa's Discount House for $89. He "picked and grinned" with his high school friends and played in bands, but he soon learned he couldn't devote time to both sports and musical activities when his sports career began to soar. Jim attended the University of Iowa on a sports scholarship and upon graduation with a Bachelor of Science degree was drafted by professional baseball.

Jim became a successful St. Louis Cardinals pitcher, and after several seasons an injury sidelined his career. After baseball, he moved to Elmhurst, Illinois, to become a park recreational supervisor, and at night he picked up his guitar and honed his singing talents as a solo act at coffee houses and clubs on Chicago's Rush Street. Jim eventually graduated to his own self-contained touring band, became hooked on music and entertained dreams of becoming a successful country music artist.

After working the "roadhouse" clubs, Jim progressed to large concert venues by performing as the opening act for major headliners including Alan Jackson and Waylon Jennings. His stature, smooth baritone voice and a rockin' country sound gets the attention of the audience on the first song and keeps it. You will get this feeling when you first listen to this album.

Discipline dominates many facets of Jim's life. He has trained in Nashville with Gerald Arthur (Reba McIntire, Emmylou Harris) and Renee Grant-Williams (Randy Travis, Jill Sobule), earned a Third Degree Black Belt in Karate and became an instrument rated multi-engine private pilot to overcome a fear of flying.

Jim Wise's view from the top of the mound has given him the dedication and determination needed to pursue any career after professional sports. His dreams of becoming a successful country music recording artist will become reality because his game plan is the same for his two careers: the windup, the powerful release and the roar of the enthusiastic crowd!




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Scott G

Material, delivery and recording are all superb. Very impressive!
The songs of Jim Wise are absolutely excellent in
every way! Material, delivery, and recording are all
superb. Very impressive!
Scott G (The G-Man, Immedia Wire Service)


Loved the lyrics
I found Jim Wise under the Country Pop link. Can I just tell you that I absolutely love the lyrics, “Lays her hat on the gun rack…Riding high…raring to go!”
This track is very catchy indeed. It had me foot tapping and finger snapping…and sounds like a definite hit to me!


Great songs, sounds really good.
It sounds really good! I especially liked You and Me and the Night and I thought Coming to a Honky Tonk
Near You was great! What a great live song!