Hired by the Motlow family in 1953, Angelo Lucchesi continued to serve the brand into his 90s. Often called Jack Daniel’s very first salesman, Angelo was so much more.
Jimmy Bedford of Moore County, Tennessee becomes the 6th Master Distiller of the Jack Daniel Distillery.
Frank Sinatra calls longtime Jack Daniel's salesman, Angelo Lucchesi, to thank him for shipping Jack Daniel's at his request. This is the start of their lifelong friendship.
Frank “Frog” Bobo becomes the 5th Master Distiller of the Jack Daniel Distillery.
Jess Gamble becomes the 4th Master Distiller of the Jack Daniel Distillery.
Legend has it, Jackie Gleason introduces Frank Sinatra to Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 in the late 1940s, which will become Frank's signature whiskey.
In 1941, Lem Tolley becomes the 3rd Master Distiller of the Jack Daniel Distillery.
In 1911, Jess Motlow becomes the second Master Distiller of the Jack Daniel Distillery.
Statewide prohibition is enacted on July 1. Operations are moved to St. Louis, Missouri, for 7 years.
To ensure family continuity, Jack Daniel deeds the Distillery to his nephews, Lem Motlow and Dick Daniel.
Jack Daniel creates the Silver Cornet Band to draw crowds to Lynchburg Square and his two saloons.
After years of leasing the property, Jack purchases the Hollow and 142 surrounding acres.
Mr. Jack goes to work at Dan Call's distillery, where he learns all phases of the whiskey business.