Tag: Alan Jackson

Thursday 10/15/2020 4pm ET: Feature Artist – Alan Jackson


Alan Eugene Jackson (born October 17, 1958) is an American singer and songwriter. He was known for blending traditional honky-tonk and mainstream country pop sounds (for a style widely regarded as “neotraditional country”), as well as penning many of his own songs. Jackson recorded 16 studio albums, three greatest hits albums, two Christmas albums, and two gospel albums.

Jackson was one of the best-selling music artists of all-time, having sold over 75 million records worldwide, with 44 million sold in the United States alone. He had 66 songs appear on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart; of the 66 titles, and six featured singles, 38 have reached the top five and 35 have claimed the number one spot. Out of 15 titles to reach the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, nine have been certified multi-platinum. He was the recipient of two Grammy Awards, 16 CMA Awards, 17 ACM Awards and nominee of multiple other awards. He was a member of the Grand Ole Opry, and was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2001. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2017 by Loretta Lynn and into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2018.

Thursday 12am ET: Feature LP: Alan Jackson – 34 Number Ones (2010)

34 Number Ones is the seventh greatest hits compilation album by American country artist Alan Jackson. It was released in the United States on November 23, 2010 through Arista Nashville. The release celebrates Jackson’s 20-year anniversary since the release of his debut album. As of the chart dated February 26, 2011, the album has sold 200,131 copies in the US.

1. “Ring of Fire” 3:11
2. “Here in the Real World” 3:38
3. “Wanted” 2:56
4. “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow” 3:05
5. “I’d Love You All Over Again” 3:10
6. “Don’t Rock the Jukebox” 2:50
7. “Someday” 3:17
8. “Dallas” 2:44
9. “Midnight in Montgomery” 3:44
10. “Love’s Got a Hold on You” 2:53
11. “She’s Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)” 2:24
12. “Tonight I Climbed the Wall” 3:30
13. “Chattahoochee” 2:27
14. “(Who Says) You Can’t Have It All” 3:28
15. “Summertime Blues” 3:11
16. “Livin’ on Love” 3:48
17. “Gone Country” 4:19
18. “I Don’t Even Know Your Name” 3:49
19. “Tall, Tall Trees” 2:27

1. “As She’s Walking Away” (with Zac Brown Band) 3:45
2. “Look at Me” 3:16
3. “I’ll Try” 3:51
4. “Home” 3:18
5. “Little Bitty” 2:38
6. “Who’s Cheatin’ Who” 4:01
7. “There Goes” 3:55
8. “Between the Devil and Me” 4:21
9. “Right on the Money” 3:49
10. “It Must Be Love” 2:50
11. “Where I Come From” 3:59
12. “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” 5:04
13. “Drive (For Daddy Gene)” 4:01
14. “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” 3:49
15. “Remember When” 4:30
16. “Small Town Southern Man” 4:40
17. “Good Time” 5:07
18. “Country Boy” 4:06

Friday 11pm: Feature LP: Alan Jackson – Who I Am (1994) @OfficialJackson

Who I Am is the fifth studio album by American country music artist Alan Jackson. The album was released on June 28, 1994 via Arista Records. It features the Number One singles “Summertime Blues”, “Gone Country”, “Livin’ on Love”, and “I Don’t Even Know Your Name”, and the #6-peaking “Song for the Life”.

Several of this album’s tracks had been recorded by other artists, including two of the singles: “Summertime Blues” is a cover of the pop standard made famous by Eddie Cochran, while “Song for the Life” was recorded by several artists, including writer Rodney Crowell, whose version can be found on his 1977 debut Ain’t Living Long Like This. In addition, “Thank God for the Radio” was a Number One hit in 1984 for The Kendalls from their album Movin’ Train. Jackson re-recorded “Let’s Get Back to Me and You” for his 2013 release, The Bluegrass Album.

Click here for album contents and notes from Wikipedia

Vinyl Country USA with Willie B 12pm ET

VCEasterThis week on Vinyl Country USA,join Willie B for “Easter” (at least for us Westerners) we play some great music that touches on faith and devotion, and we let you know just how this whole Easter Bunny tradition got started – Music from Tom T. Hall, Alabama, Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Patsy Cline, David Houston, Dayna Kurtz, Alison Krauss & The Cox Family, Carrie Underwood, Claire Lynch, Freddy Fender, Glen Campbell and many more.  Check out our Facebook Page for a full list of this program contents.

Artist Countdown: Alan Jackson Top 60 Hits 6pm ET @OfficialJackson

alan JacksonAlan Jackson is an American country music artist. The first artist signed to Arista Nashville Records, he was with them from 1989 to 2011. He has released fourteen studio albums, two Christmas albums, seven compilations, and a tribute album for the label, as well as sixty singles.

Out of Jackson’s sixty singles, fifty-seven (all except “Blue Blooded Woman,” “It’s Alright to Be a Redneck”, and “Ring of Fire”) have reached Top 40 or higher on the Billboard country singles charts, including twenty-six Number One hits. Of these, two have been listed by Billboard as the Number One song of the year on the Billboard Year-End charts: “Don’t Rock the Jukebox” in 1991 and “Chattahoochee” in 1993. His longest-lasting Number One country hit and biggest pop hit is “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere”, a duet with Jimmy Buffett, which spent eight non-consecutive weeks at Number One in 2003 and peaked at number 17 on the pop charts. – Wikipedia

1 Right on the Money
2 Little Man
3 Chattahoochee
4 Gone Crazy
5 Pop a Top
6 Little Bitty
7 Good Time
8 As She’s Walking Away  (with Zac Brown Band)
9 Livin’ on Love
10 Small Town Southern Man
11 Summertime Blues
12 Country Boy
13 She’s Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)
14 Tall, Tall Trees
15 There Goes
16 Gone Country
17 Mercury Blues
18 Don’t Rock The Jukebox
19 I Don’t Even Know Your Name
20 Who’s Cheatin’ Who
21 Between the Devil and Me
22 I’ll Go On Loving You
23 I’ll Try
24 Tonight I Climbed the Wall
25 Home
26 Hard Hat and a Hammer
27 (Who Says) You Can’t Have It All
28 Everything I Love
29 Song for the Life
30 It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere (with Jimmy Buffett)
31 It’s Just That Way
32 Sissy’s Song
33 Where Were You  (When the World Stopped Turning)
34 Drive (For Daddy Gene)
35 Remember When
36 That’d Be Alright
37 So You Don’t Have to Love Me Anymore
38 Where I Come From
39 It Must Be Love
40 Work in Progress
41 Long Way to Go
42 http://www.memory
43 Love’s Got A Hold On You
44 When Somebody Loves You
45 Monday Morning Church
46 Redneck Games  (with Jeff Foxworthy)
47 Here In The Real World
48 Someday
49 You Go Your Way
50 Murder on Music Row (with George Strait)
51 The Talkin’ Song Repair Blues
52 A Good Year for the Roses (with George Jones)
53 USA Today
54 I Still Like Bologna
55 The Blues Man
56 Dallas
57 Wanted
58 Margaritaville (with Jimmy Buffett)
59 Tequila Sunrise
60 Tropical Depression