I picked up music naturally at a very young age. My Dad, Boy Jacoby as he was known, and my Uncle Gene Jacoby were quite well known in the early fifties as the Jacoby Brothers. They had several hits, but the one that rings a bell with everyone is “the Bicycle Wreck.” They started off on Bob Tanner's TNT label and later signed with Columbia Records.
I have performed with and shared the stage with quite a few artists through my life. But, I have always truly enjoyed writing and performing my own stuff. My new CD, The More Things Change, takes you through a wide variety of thoughts and visions that I have captured running through life with so many of my closest friends. I hope you enjoy the ride as much as I.
I would like to thank a few people for making this recording possible. First, I must thank God for the wonderful life he has allowed me to live. To all the amazing people in my life with whom I have crossed paths and worked with. To Clay Meyers, who has been my friend for so long, and does such wonderful work. His concept for this new album is amazing and his graphics are top notch. And finally, my ex-wife, Mary, whom I am so thankful to have reconnected with recently and starting a new/old friendship.
Cherish the ones you love.
Wade Jacoby is also available on iTunes
The More Things Change
My new CD, The More Things Change, takes you through a wide variety of thoughts and visions that I have captured running through life with so many of my closest friends. I hope you enjoy the ride as much as I.
The Bicycle Wreck: A Tribute To The Jacoby Brothers
For those of you who are not familiar with the Jacoby Brothers (and unless you lived around the San Antonio area back in the early 50's, you probably are not) let me give you a rundown of their accomplishments. Regular guests on KMAC Radio, The Red River Dave TV show, TNT and Columbia recording artists, these two were about as good as it gets. Beautiful voices, awesome instrumentalists, and just a couple really nice guys. Gene played guitar and Boy (my Dad) played mandolin.