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Then, while a city block's worth of country fans sang along, Jackson performed "Chattahoochee," one of his oldest songs, like it was brand new again.
Jackson is wrapping up a half-year's worth of tour dates and promo appearances in support of , which hits stores today.
The tour comes to Pensacola Bay Center in Pensacola, FL on Friday, January 27.
Multi-platinum singer Lee Ann Womack will be the special guest. Tickets and information for Jackson’s HONKY TONK HIGHWAY TOUR are available at the Pensacola Bay Center Box Office, online at ticketmaster.com, by phone at (800) 745-3000, and by visiting where you can find information about Alan, his tour schedule, music and more. Alan Jackson’s HONKY TONK HIGHWWAY TOUR will find the country music icon “keepin’ it country” as he always has…performing hits that have gained him legions of longtime fans, as well as songs that continue to draw new crowds as a younger generation discovers his music.
Twenty-two years ago today, Alan Jackson's "Chattahoochee" climbed its way to the top of the country charts, kickstarting its reign as one of the Nineties' biggest summertime anthems.
Jackson revisited that song this morning, when he made an early-bird appearance on the "Y'all, this is a perfect song for the summertime series here in New York City," he said by way of introduction, while one of his band members kicked off the signature riff on a Telecaster guitar.
Jackson recently released the album, Angels and Alcohol, and is the subject of a new box set, Genuine: The Alan Jackson Story.
Jackson’s recently-announced induction to the Country Music Hall of Fame has turned his upcoming Honky Tonk Highway Tour show into a night of celebration with his fans – a chance for everyone who enjoys and has been touched by his music to join the party and share in his success!
“For a man who loves country music there is no higher honor,” the entertainer says. " Special guest Lee Ann Womack joins Jackson for his Minnesota show.
I love listening to them, I love singing them, and I love writing them.” The concert, in the museum’s new 800-seat CMA Theater, coincided with the new exhibition Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin’ It Country, making the star the first artist-in-residence to be the subject of a major museum exhibit simultaneously.
Jackson spoke to the crowd much more than he typically does in his concerts, taking time to explain song ideas, talk about his pre-stardom days, about his mother and father and sisters, about struggling through his early years in Nashville, and about the importance of his wife, Denise, in his life.