Who is Cody Jinks?
Cody Jinks is a popular American outlaw country musician and songwriter. He is known for his 2006 album “I’m not the Devil” which climbed all the way to the 4th spot on the Billboard country albums chart, while his 2018 album, Lifers, reached the second position.
This article contains information about Cody Jinks biography, age, gender, career, net worth, and other facts about him. First, let’s look at the profile summary.
|Date of Birth||18th of August 1980|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|State of origin||Haltom City, Texas|
|Occupation||Country musician, songwriter|
|Genre||Country, Texas country, Outlaw country|
Cody Jinks Biography
Coming out of Haltom City in Fort Worth, Texas, the United States, Cody Jinks was born on the 18th of August 1980. He attended Haltom High school. And afterward began honing his musical skills to needlepoint, with a guitar, under the tutelage of his father at the age of 16.
Cody Jinks Career
Derailing from what turned out to be a life-lasting career, Cody joined a thrash metal band from Fort Worth Named Unchecked Aggression where he functioned as their lead singer. With the original moniker, Silas, the band was in place from 1998 to 2003. Aside from being the lead singer Cody also identified as their lead guitarist and some of the other people who were part and parcels of the band were; Gary Burkham(Bass), he disassociated himself from the band in the year 2000 and was replaced by Chris Lewis. Anthony Walker(drums) and Ben Heffley(guitarist) were also members of the band. They attributed their nurtured interest in the game to Metallica and Pantera. Some of the songs they recorded were;
- Hell Razor(2002)
- Kill me again(2002)
The band stumbled upon an unfortunate stop after they conveyed in Los Angeles and after the band, as an entity plummeted, Jinks took a break off from music, thrillng.com gathered.
In 2005 he began his journey into the act of country music, and he grew into it. Backed by the tone-deaf Hippies, he began, in 2008, releasing albums in the country genre. He sought to develop his own sound in an Ep, and Blacksheep was released in 2013.
2015: Adobe session
His Adobe Session album was recorded at the sonic ranch situated in Tornillo, Texas. He started off titling it after a confined adobe room that housed the recording session. He released it in the month of January 2015 and it didn’t take long before Securing a soft spot in the billboards regional Heatseekers chart ranking No.2 on Heatseekers south and No.8 on Heatseekers Mountain. He initiated a tour in support of Adobe sessions and later adopted such as an opener for Sturgill Simpson 2015.
2016: I’m Not the Devil
The following year, I’m not the devil was released on the 12th of August, the recording of the album was done on a similar site as the previous one, in Tornillo, Texas, his Album included a cover of Merle Haggard’s “the way I am”. With Ward David partnering to letter down the track title, the entire project, before its completion, was retitled and upon its release debuted ranking at No.4 on the top country albums chart, with a record of over 11,300 sold copies within the first week of its release. He, with a tour along with Whitey morgan supported his album, and it landed the album on the number one spot for the best Country album in 2016.
2017: Wish you were there
Following that major milestone in his career was the released cover of Pink Floyd’s hit song “Wish you were there” in the month of January. According to thrillng.com, Cody who was responsible for that, also re-released his 2010 album, less wise, as less wife modified in 2017, adding 3 bonus tracks.
On the 27th of July 2018, Cody released the album Lifers, it was initiated by the lead single “Must be the whiskey” which was released on the 15th of June 2018.
2019: After the fire and the wanting.
On the 11 of October 2019, Cody cast released the album “After the Fire. His own record label, Late August Records, oversaw the recording and release of this very album. His album was introduced following two lead singles “Ain’t a train” and “Think like you think”. Cody promoted the song written by his deceased grandparents, “William and Wanda”. For a single week containing the 26th of October, the album ranked no.2 on the billboard top country album chart.
Cody Jinks Net worth
His net worth has experienced significant growth, and there is no doubt to the fact that he is wealthy, however, it has proven to be quite difficult to drop a pin on the exact figure of his accumulated assets but it is believed that it ranges from $1million-$5million.