“An excellent reminder of what real country
music sounds like.”
Songs The Jukebox Taught Me, Volume 2 (2018) --
Dallas revisits some favorite classic country songs and paints them in
a totally new light. “I've often said anyone can trace a picture... it
takes a true artist to paint one," said Country Music Hall of Fame r , .
,Whisperin' Bill Anderson
.These songs shine "in the hands of a true artist."
Songs The Jukebox Taught Me (2016) -- Dallas pays tribute to his classic country music heroes and teachers with a collection of standards that he makes his own.
I'll Take the Fifth (2009) -- Dallas showcases some of his favorite original songs, both old and new, ranging from hard-core country ballads and swing, to swamp rock and uptempo Texas dance tunes. A salute to the best of Americana music in all its different forms.
I'm Your Biggest Fan (2005) -- This critically acclaimed, all-original CD was released throughout the U.S. on Koch Records Nashville in early 2005. Striking the perfect balance between traditional country, honky-tonk and humor, this CD was hailed by Billboard as "another killer record" by "one bodacious country singer/songwriter".
Touch my Heart: A Tribute to Johnny Paycheck (2004) -- Dallas received rave reviews for his contribution to this Sugar Hill CD, about which Billboard wrote: “Tributes rarely get better than this, a country music masterpiece.” Produced by Robbie Fulks, this tribute includes such artists as George Jones, Buck Owens, Mavis Staples, Radney Foster and Bobby Bare.
Chowdogs: Not the Same (2004) -- An all-star bluegrass project recorded in Prague by current and former Special Consensus members Greg Cahill (banjo), Slavek Hanzlik (guitar), Ollie O'Shea (fiddle) and Dallas Wayne (bass).
26 Days on the Road (2002) -- The HighTone TwangBangers recorded this live album during their 2001 USA tour. This much-praised CD features songs by Dallas, as well as Joe Goldmark, Redd Volkaert and Bill Kirchen, backed up by bassist Johnny Castle and drummer Jack O'Dell.
Here I Am in Dallas (2001) -- Further proof why Dallas is the "real deal" in Americana/Country music with his second HighTone release. A mix of strong, reverent originals and classic covers, this hardcore honky-tonk album was hailed as "pure country bliss".
Big Thinkin’ (2000) -- Co-produced and co-written with Robbie Fulks, these songs bring to mind classic country the way it used to be. This project marked Dallas' debut as a HighTone recording artist.
Freight Train Boogie compilation (2000) -- The title cut from Dallas' album Big Thinkin' is also featured on this compilation CD of Americana music. Other artists on this project include Stacey Earle, Split Lip Rayfield, Duane Jarvis, The Waybacks, and Anna Fermin's Trigger Gospel.
Invisible Man (1999) -- Recorded in both the U.S. and Finland, this project is an eclectic collection of all-original songs.
Screamin' Down The Highway (1997) -- The single "Stone By Stone" remained number one on Finland's country chart for two months. This album was re-released in 1999 as Motorman on the Deansville label in the UK.
Part of the Crew (1994) -- Declared the best country album of 1994 by Vinyl Mania magazine.
Buckle Up Baby (1993) -- This CD yielded a hit single on the charts in Finland, "She".
Lucky 13 (1992) -- The first of four projects by Dallas Wayne and The Dimlights, released in Finland. The album features songs by blues legend Willie Dixon and Jim Lauderdale.
Hey Y'all (1990) -- Dallas was the lead vocalist and bass player on this Grammy-nominated recording as a member of the Special Consensus bluegrass band.
Georgia Dreamin' (1990) -- Solo recording project, features songs by Dallas Wayne, Dennis Morgan, Tony Arata, Charles Quillen and a co-write with Robbie Fulks.
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