Regarded as one of Nashville's finest guitarists, Jimmy Capps was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on May 25, 1939. His wife, singer Michele Voan Capps, was born in 1979.
Jimmy Capps began playing guitar at the age of 12. His first paid gigs came as a teenager at local venues in North Carolina. Since those beginnings, Capps has played guitar on thousands of country music tracks for artists including Conway Twitty, George Jones, Kenny Rogers and Tammy Wynette. Called the "Master of Smoothness," Capps was honored for his contributions to music by the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2012.
Michele Voan Capps had a career as a pop singer before meeting her husband. Her albums include "Simply Michele" and "Christmas at Home with Michele."