Though today’s mainstream country definitely swings into the adult-contemporary-crossover territory, there’s always room for a little honky tonk. Strap on your spurs and get your ten gallon – it’s time to meet (or be reintroduced to) American country music superstar Alan Jackson. Popular for combining the countriest of honky tonk music with some modern country sensibilities, Jackson got his start with a job in the mailroom of The Nashville Network. It was there he came in contact with legend Glen Campbell, kickstarting a career that would span over thirty years.

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One of the first artists signed to the Arista Nashville branch of Arista Records, Jackson has sold over 60 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling country artists in history. He’s popular for penning his own hits and has released 14 studio albums, three greatest hits, a gospel album, and two Christmas records. Jackson has had 35 number ones, 50 Top 10 hits, two Grammy Awards, 16 Country Music Association Awards, a Grand Ole Opry membership, and is a member of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. The most important of Jackson‘s distinctions, though, is that he appeared on an episode of Home Improvement, showing up on Tim Allen’s Tool Time to sing about his car (more power!).

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Alan Jackson Albums

  • Here in the Real World (1989)
  • Don’t Rock The Jukebox (1991)
  • A Lot About Livin’ (And a Little ‘Bout Love) (1992)
  • Honky Tonk Christmas (1993)
  • Who I Am (1994)
  • Everything I Love (1996)
  • High Mileage (1998)
  • Under The Influence (1999)
  • When Somebody Loves You (2001)
  • Drive (2002)
  • Let It Be Christmas (2002)
  • What I Do (2004)
  • Precious Memories (2006)
  • Like Red On A Rose (2006)
  • Live At Texas Stadium (2007)
  • Good Time (2008)
  • Freight Train (2010)
  • Thirty Miles West (2012)

Alan Jackson Videos

“Chattahoochee”

“Here In The Real World”

“Don’t Rock The Jukebox”

“Gone Country”