Alan Jackson – 2014 Concert Schedule
With upwards of 80 million copies of his albums sold worldwide, Alan
Jackson is a true icon of country music. He has been awarded a number of accolades, awards, and nominations, and he has been
churning out top country hits since first appearing on the scene decades ago. If you've never had the chance to see him perform
live, or you're coming back for another performance, then you're in luck, because this country icon is currently underway
on a concert tour. Fans will get to see the legend perform at a variety of venues this year, including the Mississippi Valley
Fair in Davenport, Musikfest 2014, Casino Rama, Celebrate Virginia Live, the Havelock Country Jamboree, and plenty more. For
one of the most exciting country music concerts around, be sure to visit StubHub for your tickets to see Alan Jackson's next
About Alan Jackson
Country musician Alan Jackson first rose to popularity after releasing his debut
album in 1990, "Here in the Real World," which spawned the popular songs, "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow," "I'd Love You All Over
Again," "Wanted," and "Blue Blooded Woman." The song "I'd Love You All Over Again" made it to the top of the Billboard Hot
Country Singles & Tracks chart, and it also topped the chart in Canada. His second studio album, "Don't Rock the Jukebox,"
proved to be a huge success, with five popular singles maintaining their hold on the Hot Country Songs chart. His songs "Dallas,"
"Someday," and "Love's Got a Hold on You" topped the chart, and the album itself was eventually certified 4x platinum.
on his streak of success, Alan Jackson released his third album, "A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'bout Love)," in 1992,
which spawned the singles "Tonight I Climbed the Wall," "Chattahoochee," "She's Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)," and
more. Several of the album's singles reached the top five, with "Chattahoochee" and "She's Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)"
hitting the number 1 spot on the chart. The album topped the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart, and it also made it to number
13 on the Billboard 200, with an eventual certification of 6x platinum.
After the successful release of his third album,
Alan Jackson returned to the studio to begin recording his fourth album, "Who I Am," which was released in 1994. Alan Jackson
scored even more number 1 hits with the singles "Summertime Blues," "Livin' on Love," "Gone Country," and "I Don't Even Know
Your Name," and the album itself likewise reached the top of the Top Country Albums chart. With a certification of 4x platinum
in the United States, Alan Jackson was proving to be unstoppable. He continued to release a number of additional records,
including "Everything I Love," "High Mileage," "Under the Influence," "When Somebody Loves You," and many more. His most recent
album is "The Bluegrass Album," which was released in 2013.
Alan Jackson's Breakthrough Album
his debut album, "Here in the Real World," Alan Jackson was quickly thrust into fame. The album's popular songs like "I'd
Love You All Over Again," "Wanted," and "Blue Blooded Woman," fared well on the charts, and country music fans were scrambling
to get their hands on the album. It was later certified 2x platinum, and set the stage for Alan Jackson's later success. By
1991, Alan Jackson had followed up with his second album, "Don't Rock the Jukebox," which was an even bigger hit. The album
went on to sell over 4 million copies, and produced more fan-favorite singles. Alan Jackson continued to thrill his fans with
further releases, including the popular albums "A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'bout Love)" and "Who I Am." In 2013, Alan
Jackson released his thirteenth album, titled "The Bluegrass Album," which quickly shot to the top of the Top Bluegrass Albums
chart, and number 3 on the Top Country Albums chart.
Alan Jackson Trivia
Which Grammy Awards has Alan
Alan Jackson has been awarded two Grammy Awards in the categories of Best Country Song for "Where
Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)," and Best Country Collaboration With Vocals for "As She's Walking Away."
Grammy Award-winning country star Alan Jackson has risen to become one of the most prominent musicians
in his genre, and his countless hits have dominated the airwaves on country radio stations. From songs like "Where Were You
(When the World Stopped Turning)" to "Blue Blooded Woman," you will get to hear all of the classics when Alan Jackson kicks
off his 2014 concert tour. If you're a fan of country music, a trip to see Alan Jackson live in concert is sure to be a blast
for any fan. You don't want to miss out on this incredible concert, so be sure to check out Alan Jackson's next show when
he heads to a venue near your city!