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Alan Jackson

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It's very rare for an artist to have a hit with their first single. If the artist does have a hit with their first single, they typically end up as a "one hit wonder." Thankfully for Alan Jackson and his fans, his first single "Blue Blooded Woman" never made it past No. 45 on the country charts way back when in 1989.

Jackson was born Oct. 17, 1958, in Newnan, Ga., to a hard working family. His dad was merely a mechanic. His household was made up of a total of seven and his mother had her work cut out for her. However, she made sure to instill a sense of integrity and small town values. When Alan Jackson started high school he had no idea he would meet his future wife. His marriage with Denise has been a lasting one and they have three daughters.

Before hitting it big, Alan Jackson worked as a mechanic, used car salesman and forklift operator which all helped pay the bills while he pursued his music career. In 1985 Alan and his wife moved to Nashville, TN. Lucky for Alan was that his wife worked as a flight attendant and one day she met Glen Campbell in an airport. She brought up her husband and Campbell pulled some strings. Alan Jackson now was a staff songwriter at Campbell's music publishing company.

Jackson hit No. 1 three times in 1991, with "I'd Love You All Over Again," "Don't Rock the Jukebox" and "Someday." In 1992, he released the spooky video for "Midnight in Montgomery," which won a CMA Award. That same year, he returned to No. 1 with "Love's Got a Hold on You" and "She's Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)." In 1993, he spent four weeks at the top with "Chattahoochee," which propelled the corresponding album A Lot About Livin' (And a Little ‘Bout Love) to sales of more than 6 million copies. "Chattahoochee" won a CMA award for single of the year in 1993 and song of the year in 1994. Jackson took his first CMA entertainer trophy in 1995, coinciding almost exactly with The Greatest Hits Collection.

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Hartman Arena
Valley Center, KS
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Viaero Event Center
Kearney, NE
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Alan Jackson May 15, 2014
Thu 8:00PM
Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheatre
Tucson, AZ
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Fri 8:00PM
Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino
Indio, CA
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Alan Jackson May 17, 2014
Sat 8:00PM
Laughlin Events Center
Laughlin, NV
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George Strait, Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney & Faith Hill Jun 7, 2014
Sat 5:00PM
AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
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Alan Jackson Aug 1, 2014
Fri 7:00PM
Fraze Pavilion
Kettering, OH
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Alan Jackson Aug 7, 2014
Thu 8:00PM
Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook
Gilford, NH
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Musikfest: Alan Jackson Aug 8, 2014
Fri 8:30PM
Bethlehem Musikfest - Sands Steel Stage
Bethlehem, PA
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Alan Jackson Aug 9, 2014
Sat 7:30PM
Mohegan Sun Arena - CT
Uncasville, CT
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Alan Jackson Aug 14, 2014
Thu 9:00PM
Casino Rama Entertainment Center
Orillia, ONT
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Others have had major hits with Jackson's compositions as well. Among his credits are Randy Travis' "Forever Together" and "Better Class of Losers," Clay Walker's "If I Could Make a Livin'" and Faith Hill's "I Can't Do That Anymore."

Already one of country's most respected songwriters, Jackson ascended to yet a higher level at the 2001 CMA Awards show when he debuted "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)." His song about the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City stunned the awards show audience and ultimately proved to be the most honest, heartfelt song written about the tragedy.

In 2002, "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" won Jackson his first Grammy, as best country song. At the 2002 CMA Awards, the song netted Jackson song of the year and single of the year honors. That same year, Alan Jackson received the CMA's album of the year award for Drive while being named male vocalist and entertainer of the year. He tied Johnny Cash for the most CMA wins in a year. Drive went on to sell 4 million copies, and the title track spent several weeks at No. 1 as well.

By 2003, Jackson had achieved enough chart success to warrant the release of another retrospective of his recording career. It was released in two versions, the two-CD Greatest Hits Volume II and Some Other Stuff and the single disc Greatest Hits Volume II. The album's first single, "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," was a duet with Jimmy Buffett. The No. 1 hit was named vocal event of the year at the 2003 CMA Awards and gave Buffett his first chart-topping single and his first major music award. That same year, Jackson won his second male vocalist CMA award and his third CMA entertainer trophy.

In 2004, he hit No. 1 with "Remember When" and toured arenas with Martina McBride.
Fifteen years into his career, Alan Jackson has sold more than 40 million albums and scored more than 30 No. 1 singles, 21 of which he either wrote or co-wrote.