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(1).Jimmy Evans was former bass player for Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks 1958-1960. He can be found playing on Ronnies debut album "Meet Ronnie Hawkins" and also on "Mr.Dynamo".Jimmy also worked with Conway Twitty from 1956-1958 and appears on all of Conways "Mercury" recordings. Jimmy wrote Conways'"Why can't I get through to you". He has also written songs for Johnny Rivers and Jerry Lee Lewis. Jimmy also appears on Mack Selfs' earlier SUN/Phillips recordings of "Mad at You" and "Mexican Limbo". As well as played on many others. Jimmy spent 1954-1956 at SUN records as session musician. Some of Jimmy's billboard/cashbox chart hits include "Messy Bessy", Pink Cadillac, Dudley Do-Rite and "The Joints Really Jumpin'". CD titles include: "The Joints Really Jumpin'", "Back Again With More Great Hits", "The Jackson Sessions" featuring Carl Perkins piano man Lee McAlpin and Delta-all around musician Ben*Ben Adler and "Arkansas' Been Rockin'".Jimmy can also be found on Tower Records, "Memphis Greatest Rockabillys". Jimmy was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame in 2000 and also in the UK in 2003. He also appears on the Swedish Wall of Fame since 1999.From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia(2)Jimmy Evans is a pastor, Bible teacher, and best-selling author. He is the president and co-founder of MarriageToday with his wife Karen.He and his wife, Karen, are the hosts of MarriageToday with Jimmy & Karen, a marriage ministry and a national award-winning broadcast television program. Evans has authored several books and resources focused on strengthening marriage.He and Karen have been married for over 33 years and have two adult children and two grandchildren.He has spoken at churches and conferences around the nation. He also serves as senior pastor of Trinity Fellowship Church in Amarillo, Texas.Check out for more info: www.marriagetoday.org Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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