Silverwolf and South City recording artist/songwriter Jacky Jack White has had songs recorded by Ray Stevens, Charley Pride, Buddy Jewell, Steve Wariner, Neal McCoy, Chip Greene, and Mark Lowery.
Jack received an ASCAP Award for “If I Didn’t Love You”, and a NSAI Award for the #1 Southern Gospel song, “When Men Pray”. Jack is also recipient of the 2009-2010 Fellowship in Music from the Alabama State Council on the Arts. In 2010, Jack was recognized for his musical and educational contributions around the Southeast Region by his inclusion in the SouthernArtistry.org list of regional artists by South Arts.
He also founded the long-running Sucarnochee Revue, broadcast over Alabama and Mississippi public television stations. The revue provided a platform for some of the best talent and most famous musical artists in the Southeast.
Jack is the brother of Dr. John White, host of Pointing Dog Social Club.