About Jack

The country duo of Jack Blanchard and his wife, Misty Morgan, placed 15 singles on the country charts between 1969-1975.

1969 saw their first charting hit, "Big Black Bird," which made its way into the Top 60. But it was 1970's "Tennessee Bird Walk" that would be their biggest and most memorable hit. The song hit the top of the country charts, did well on the pop charts, and even garnered a Grammy nomination.

Jack explains how his column got started:

"Before Misty Morgan and I had hit records, we entertained at an Orlando nightclub. I made a deal with a local newspaper to write a weekly column in return for a free ad for our club. The column spread to other publications and now has thousands of readers around the world." Jack Blanchard




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Billboard Award
Duet of the Year (1970)


Grammy and
CMA Finalists.

Jack's Previous Columns

Ghost Town

How We Ruined Lunch Hour In Duluth

Still More Odds And Ends

A Cat Named Pippin

1971 Visit To Disney World

Picture At A Railway Station

Why We Love Florida

A Few Music Memories

The Window

One Fine Week In Atlanta

Things Found In Our Shed

Our Big Night Out

Earl Blanchard's Secret

Happiness Is Hard To Pin Down

The Gangster