No less an authority on hot guys than People has declared Jack Ingram--who started his country career here in Dallas while studying at SMU, and who has recorded live albums at Adair's and Billy Bob's--one of Country's Hottest Guys in a cover expose on the subject.
In its interview with Ingram, the magazine tries to get to the bottom of just where that "rough-hewn sexiness" comes from. Turns out, it's because he grew up in Houston, as he ... explains? Not sure what to make of this quote:
"Rugged, raw and real--that's how I see being a Texan," he says. "Headstrong into the wind, the one that holds out a hand and says, 'Hang onto this, we're going to make it.'"
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Also, he runs. That fascinating biographical detail was enough to earn him the title "The Marathon Man," which rolls off the tongue a little more easily than "Headstrong Into The Wind Hand-Holder."
After the jump, the full story, dutifully scanned by our layout editors. Hold your breath, ladies, shirtless pic ahead...
Look out, Hugh Jackman.