Twelve years ago today (Aug. 9, 2003) was a big day for Alan Jackson. It was on this day that his duet with Jimmy Buffett, "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," hit the top of the charts, where it stayed for eight weeks.
Alan Jackson's admiration for his father is well-known, and it's been the inspiration for some previous hits. Another could come from his new Angels and Alcohol album. The singer says the first track came from good advice his dad gave him.
Not long before he died, George Jones penned a final letter to Alan Jackson. He was asking for a favor, one the younger country singer was likely happy to fulfill. Now, as Jackson releases his Angels and Alcohol album he's shared a photo of that letter with Taste of Country readers.
Alan Jackson had a special surprise in store for one of his biggest fans during a February stop on his Keepin’ It Country tour, when he brought a female fan onstage to dance to his classic tune, "Remember When."
The 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards, are just around the corner, but the list of performers continues to grow! New additions to the lineup include Martina McBride and Alan Jackson, so it's proving to be another star-studded year.
I love this time of year when we start getting details on who is performing at the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand. This year is going to be awesome for country fans with Carrie Underwood and the just-announced Alan Jackson show.
Country's biggest stars may ride on tour buses and take part in glitzy tours, but when Thanksgiving comes around, they're more than satisfied with home cooking. Alan Jackson, Dierks Bentley and Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum reveal their favorite foods to eat when sitting around the Turk…