Alan Jackson is nothing short of a country music superstar, and this renowned performer is taking
his act to the road once again to entertain his countless fans. Jackson is set to embark on a tour that will take him all
over the United States and even into Canada. Jackson has some fantastic stops on this tour, including the Fantasy Spring Resort
in Indio, CA, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX and Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT. Jackson's tour will culminate with
a big show on August 13th that will be held at Cainso Rama in Rama, ON. This show will give Canadian country music fans the
chance to enjoy one of the best performers in the game right now, and that opportunity is sure to draw a huge crowd to this
Being there in person for a show put on by an artist of the caliber of an Alan Jackson is something that simply
can't be duplicated by sitting at home and listening to his records. The energy in the crowd will amaze you when you're there
in the stadium or small venue enjoying all of the Jackson tunes that you've come to love. Make sure to get out to see this
renowned artist on his current tour, and you'll be in for an experience that you'll remember for a long time.
you know that Alan Jackson has a sponsorship deal with Ford?
That's right, and in his video for the song "Who's Cheatin'
Who," he can be seen behind the wheel of a "Big Foot" Ford F-150. The video also contains images of Ford's five NASCAR vehicles.
Jackson even changed the lyrics of one of his songs for a commercial promoting the Ford F-series in a TV ad. It's clear that
this artist knows the business end of the music industry as well.
About the Artist
Alan Jackson has become
one of the most celebrated country stars in the world. Growing up around gospel music, he had a strong connection to the genre.
But as he got a little older, a friend introduced him to artists like Gene Watson, John Anderson, Hank Williams, Jr. After
graduating from high school, Jackson attempted to start a band. The band was short-lived, but his dream became even bigger.
He moved him and his wife Denise to Nashville, Tennessee in hopes of someday landing a music contract.
He got a job
in The Nashville Network's mailroom and after connecting with legendary country singer Glen Campbell, Jackson was able to
land a record deal with Arista Nashville. It wasn't long before he was recording his first single. He released "Blue Blooded
Woman" in 1989. And although it failed to reach the top of the country charts, he soon landed a No. 3 spot on the charts with
the 1990 single "Here in the Real World." His debut album of the same name spawned two other chart-topping hits like "Wanted"
and "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow." After the success of his first album, the hits just kept coming. His next album, Don't Rock
the Jukebox, yielded four No. 1 singles including "Someday," "Dallas," "Love's Got a Hold on You" and "Midnight in Montgomery."
In 1994, the singer won his first Country Music Association Awards for and Single and Song of the Year. Throughout the 90s
and early 2000s, the singer continued to have success in the music business, racking up CMA Awards and topping the charts
with his honky tonk-infused country music.
After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Jackson recorded the song "Where Were You
(When the World Stopped Turning)," to honor those who were killed or lost family members. The success of the single propelled
Jackson into the mainstream and he became more than a country star, he was a rock star. Since then, the singer has continued
to have success in the world of country music and beyond. He has a huge fan base and generally sells out venues where he performs.
He has had an illustrious career that includes 15 studio albums, countless awards and a tremendous career that spans more
than 25 years. He is currently on tour, promoting his new album, The Bluegrass Album, which captures his roots and further
proves his status as a top artist. There's not much this singer/songwriter can't do, and you won't want to miss seeing him
perform his signature songs and latest tunes live.
Many bands and artists find
it difficult to break into the music business. They struggle for years, touring relentlessly and hoping to catch the eye of
a music producer or executive. But, for Alan Jackson, notoriety and fame seemed to be a short journey. Although the singer
did have to pay his dues working in The Nashville Network's mail room, Jackson became a hit with the release of his first
album. Two songs from his debut album topped the charts, and with the release of his second album, the artist became a sensation.
The album, entitled, "Don't Rock the Jukebox," spawned four No. 1 hits, propelling the singer into stardom. Since then, he
has continued to maintain his status as a top dog in his genre, and beyond.
knows how to put on a great show. From his dance-inducing, honky tonk songs to his soul-stirring ballads, this world-renowned
artist gives his fans what they want. Whether they're in their cowboy hats and boots at an indoor concert or floating in the
river at Aquapalooza, Jackson knows how to get his fans grooving to the music and kicking up their heels. If you've never
been to an Alan Jackson show, then this is the year to change that. The biggest fans in country music make sure to see an
artist like this anytime they are nearby, and that is because it's worth it to catch such an incredible performer live and
in person. You're sure to have an amazing time at an Alan Jackson show, and you may even walk away with some new friends,
as music tends to bring people together like few other things in this world.