Jimmy Wayne Tells all in Christmas Interview

Jimmy Wayne, country music singer songwriter, and author has joined us for a few Christmas questions! Jimmy is a world renown singer songwriter, key note speaker, best selling author and we are thankful to have him here with us today.

For anyone who doesn’t know, could you help shed some light on the importance of The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree and how this program helps the community during this time of year?

JIMMY: The Salvation Army angel tree program was launched in 1979. It has served millions of children and families all over the world since. The program provided me with my first guitar. It also provided me, my sister, and single mom, food and clothes. Sometimes the Salvation Army is the only resource a family has.

Christmas is a time to spend with friends and family but also to reflect with gratitude on life. What are you thankful for this year? 

JIMMY: I’m thankful for good health, shelter, food and resources, but most importantly my relationship with God. 

Let’s settle the debate once and for all: Does the Christmas tree go up right after Halloween or the day after Thanksgiving? 

JIMMY: Traditionally, the day after Thanksgiving.

When we think of Christmas dinner we think of ham, turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, ect. What is your favorite Christmas dinner dish?

JIMMY: Cranberry sauce from a can. Whoever invites me over for Christmas dinner will hopefully have cranberry sauce!

We want to thank Jimmy for giving us a few minutes of his time to chat about what makes Christmas special to him. To keep up with Jimmy with tour dates, books, news and announcements check out https://jimmywayne.com/ to stay up to date.

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