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    Wallace, J.L.

    He is a musician, songwriter and producer born in Chattanooga.  He first worked as a session musician appearing on albums by artists that included Hank Williams Jr.  He went on to write Christian music and wrote chart hits such as "Reign on Me" for Michele Pillar.  He entered into collaboration with the songwriters Terry Skinner and Ken Bell and together they produced many chart hits including the No.1 hits "Touch Me When We're Dancing" that was a success for The Carpenters and Alabama, "Even the Nights Are Better" for Air Supply and "Mama's Never Seen Those Eyes" for Forester Sisters.

     

    Randy Barlow Recordings  

    Dixie Man (J.L. Wallace/Terry Skinner/Ken Bell)                                                       

     

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    1.                  www.alamhof.org/wallacej.htm

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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