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Jimmy Yeary (center) with Shenandoah in July 2008.
|Birth name||James Earl Yeary|
|Origin||Hillsboro, Ohio, U.S.|
In 1994, Yeary moved to Nashville, Tennessee, to begin a career as a recording artist. Although he was signed to Atlantic Records, a change in label personnel prevented his debut single from being released.
Through the assistance of Paul Worley and Wally Wilson, Yeary found work as a songwriter. Among Yeary's co-writing credits are Joe Diffie's top 10 hit "In Another World", Rascal Flatts' number 1 single "Why Wait", Troy Olsen's "Summer Thing", Martina McBride's "I'm Gonna Love You Through It", Heidi Newfield's "Stay Up Late", and Lee Brice's "I Drive Your Truck". He has sung lead for Shenandoah and The Isaacs.
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- Brad Schmitt. "Sonya Isaacs healing from stillborn birth". Tennessean.com. Retrieved 2016-08-26.
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