Since 1984, John Sines, Jr. has worked with some of the biggest names in country music: Travis Tritt, Montgomery-Gentry, Waylon Jennings and George Jones, just to name a few.
John is best known for "The Black #3", his tribute to NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt, a song that he wrote the day after the fatal crash February 18, 2001. As the world would be shocked on September 11, 2001, and following the experience of the death of Earnhardt, John would use later use "The Black #3", along with the events of 9/11, as a springboard to share the Gospel of JESUS CHRIST, becoming an Evangelist in 2005.
He recorded his first Gospel CD in 2006, an album called "Sines of Conviction", which showcased his writing skills on every song. He was nominated as the 2007 & 2008 Male Vocalist of the Year by the ICMA (Inspirational Country Music Association) and in 2008 his hit single "Blinded Eyes" was nominated for Song of the Year.
John has performed songs of faith, family and country at festivals, fairs, fire department fundraisers, race tracks, corporations, theaters, churches and other family friendly events! His live show consists of positive country music with a sound much like that of Merle Haggard, Alan Jackson and Randy Travis while rooted in the principles & message of gospel music.
Today, John is an ordained minister, who was chosen by GOD & serves as the Senior Pastor of Rock Pike Baptist Church in Forest, Virginia. He has served there since April of 2013 & can be found serving there on a weekly basis.
John has worked with: Hank Williams, Jr., Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Gene Watson, Johnny Paycheck, Marty Stuart, David Allen Coe, Ferlin Huskey, Jimmy Fortune, Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Lee Roy Parnell, Andy Griggs, Montgomery-Gentry, John Berry, Ty Herndon, Pirates of the Mississippi, James House, Tracy Lawerance, Ken Mellons, Doug Stone, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tracy Byrd, Mark Wills, Tammy Cochran, Buddy Jewell, Tim O'Brien, Delbert McClinton, Molly Hatchet.
Personal Life: John was born October 15, 1968 in Bedford, Virginia. He graduated from Jefferson Forest High School in 1987 & married his wife Patricia on October 9, 1989. They currently reside in Lynchburg, Virginia.
John began singing at age 3 and playing guitar at the age of 14. He founded "The Country Adjustment Band" in 1984 & shifted to a solo career in 1997. John writes his own songs & has incorporated many of his songs in his live shows. Not only does he produce his own product, he has a track record as a successful concert promoter. When John is not busy with his ministry, he enjoys the beach, celebrating America & anything that honors Christ.