Twenty years ago today (Jan. 28), Alan Jackson had plenty to celebrate. It was on this day in 1995 that the singer scored his 10th No. 1 hit with the song 'Gone Country,' from his multi-platinum-selling 'Who I Am' album.
Alan Jackson kicked off his 25th Anniversary Keepin' It Country Tour on Jan. 8 in Ft. Myers, Fla., with a tribute to one of music's biggest legends. He performed Elvis Presley's 'Hound Dog,' in honor of what would have been the King of Rock and Roll's 80th birthday.
Alan Jackson and his wife Denise have come a long way from their high school courtship in Newnan, Ga. Three daughters, one astounding country career, a battle with cancer and numerous ups and downs have been part of their love story since their marriage in 1979.
Have you ever wondered what your favorite country singer looked like when he or she was pint-sized? Some stars are hardly recognizable as kids, but a lot of them haven't changed much -- in fact, photos of artists like Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley prove that their music careers started early.
Happy anniversary to Alan Jackson! Thirty-five years ago today (Dec. 15, 1979), Jackson wed his wife, Denise (nee Jackson -- no name change for her!), his high school sweetheart, at Newman Baptist Church in their hometown of Newnan, Ga.
Grand Ole Opry member and country superstar Alan Jackson got into the holiday spirit during the 2014 CMA Country Christmas event, treating the audience to two Christmas songs, 'Winter Wonderland' and 'Let It Be Christmas.'
Yearbook photos: They're a rite of passage, in a way. Everyone has that one photo they cringe at, or the 8x10 that mom still has hanging in the hallway, highlighting the fact that you were an awkward tween in every sense. Even famous country stars had to get yearbook photos taken before they were in the spotlight and on the red carpet.
A great country song can inspire you, make you laugh or make you cry. It may even enliven you to do crazy things like jump out of an airplane, dance like no one is watching ... or do a little damage to a cheater's beloved truck.
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