Booking & Management

615-675-4468 -  Nashville, TN, United States



Those are the only two words to describe Jack Lawless. If looking for a singer who gives new meaning to the word Entertainment and can hold an audience throughout the performance, you have found it in Jack Lawless!...
Jack is a high energy entertainer who has traveled all over the United States and Canada, performing in Nightclubs, Casinos, Fairs and Conventions.

Now, after years of traveling, he has planted his roots in Nashville, TN. His philosophy is to deliver the very best performance possible and to keep the audience wanting more!
Jack has opened for many of the greats, such as Kenny Rogers, Exile, Ray Price, Little Eva, Ronnie Milsap, Danny & The Juniors, Jerry Reed, Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Bros., Highway 101, Gene Watson, Sawyer Brown, and many many more... ,

On May 27,2012 At Thunder On The Rock in Monte Eagle, TN “CONFEDERATE RAILROAD” invited Jack up on stage to play guitar. Jack has also performed a guest appearance during their concert in Columbus, Indiana (Jack’s hometown) At Mill Race Park on June 30, 2012. Since that performance Jack has gone on to perform as a guest on 4 concerts with Confederate Rail Road.  Jack not only sings great country but also performs songs from the 50's and 60's along with many popular rock n roll and R&B hits.


"Great high energy singer. I have had many compliments on this entertainer and would highly recommend him to any venue."
Doug Robertson, Manager, Windbreak Lounge, Fargo, ND

"Jack Lawless and his band filled our club capacity on all eight weeks. Their music was excellent and their personalities have created an excellent relationship with our club and we would not hesitate to recommend them! "
Shelly Carey, Manager, Mystery Lake Motor Hotel, Thompson, MB, Canada

"Jack has establishes a fabulous rapport with our audience. His super talent plus his natural sincerity is why he has been asked to return for performances. " Tom Henderson, Developmental Services, Inc., Columbus, IN

JACK LAWLESS...Now that you know, it's time to treat your audience to these two powerful words…