Jack Ingram Sets Guinness Record

Jack Ingram has set the Guinness World Record for “Most Consecutive Radio Interviews in a 24-hour Period.”

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Jack notched 215 interviews across most of the 50 states and parts of Canada, Ireland and Australia, easily shattering the previous record of 96 interviews. He began the interviews in New York City, Aug. 25, as his new album, Big Dreams & High Hopes, was released nationwide. He continued through the night and wrapped up the morning of Aug. 26 with a performance of his current hit single, "Barefoot and Crazy," on Fox & Friends. Cmt.com exclusively streamed the event, and recorded a record number of viewers in what is also the longest continuous stream the site has ever attempted. "After the last 24 hours, I officially have nothing left to say," says Jack.

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