Alan Jackson’s Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit to Include ‘Chattahoochee’ Jet Ski, Harley-Davidson Cycle
Country music fans will get a closer look into Alan Jackson’s career next month in a new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.
Alan Jackson and Kid Rock will headline two SeaWorld concerts this weekend after nine other performers dropped out in response to the documentary ‘Blackfish.’
Dubbed Playin’ Possum: The Final No-Show, the Jones tribute concert lasted four hours and welcomed more than 100 artists to to perform 48 Jones hits.
Country is more than just music. It’s an attitude, a way of life, and a range of feelings and emotions that include, among other things, love, heartbreak, and yes, patriotism.
While ‘Glee’ and singer Katy Perry have the most nominations, country music is represented by the likes of Blake Shelton (who is nominated three times), The Band Perry, Willie Nelson, George Strait, Lady Antebellum and Taylor Swift.
Alan Jackson brought his bluegrass flair and country fan base to New York’s Carnegie Hall last night (October 28) for a substantial, crowd-pleasing two-hour set that was full of emotion, and contained a few surprises as well.
Alan Jackson‘s latest album, aptly titled The Bluegrass Album, blends his brand of country with elements of bluegrass.
From tales of ghosts and Voodoo practitioners to those of actual psychopaths, country music has plenty of frightening material to fill up any Halloween playlist. Creep on in.
Alan Jackson is no stranger to traditional country music. For his latest release though, he decided to do things differently.
Throughout American history, music has always been a crucial part of grieving, healing, and moving forward bravely, and September 11th is no exception.