John Paul White
|John Paul White|
|Birth name||John Paul White|
|Born||1973 (not published)|
|Origin||Loretto, Tennessee, United States|
|Genres||Folk music, Country music|
|Years active||2008–present with The Civil Wars|
|Associated acts||The Civil Wars|
White was born in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and grew up in Loretto, Tennessee, United States. He attended Loretto High School where he, along with friends, started the band Nuthin' Fancy. They recorded their first and only album at Rock N' Roll Dawg Sound Studio with owner Jeff Quillen. He later attended the University of North Alabama.
White released the album The Long Goodbye in 2008. The following year White joined Joy Williams to form The Civil Wars. The duo won the 2012 Grammy Awards for best Folk Album, and Country Performance by a Duo or Group.
White lives in Florence, Alabama with his wife Jenny and four children.
- The Long Goodbye (2008)
The Civil Wars
- Live at Eddie's Attic (2009)
- Poison & Wine EP (2009)
- Barton Hollow (2011)
- Unplugged On VH1 (2013)
- The Civil Wars (2013)
- The Civil Wars Biography Great American Country, retrieved March 2, 2012
- "The Civil Wars: Billboard Cover Story". Billboard. Retrieved 2013-08-25.
- "Joy Williams and John Paul White of Civil Wars win Grammys for 'Barton Hollow'" Grammy.com retrieved Dec 2, 2012
- "The Civil Wars". The Civil Wars. Retrieved 2011-10-09.
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