Five of our Favorite Alan Jackson songs

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Photo Via Alan Jackson’s Facebook Page

Alan Eugene Jackson was born on October 17, 1958, in Newnan, Georgia.
By 1983 he started writing music. His influences came from gospel music, Gene Watson, and Hank Jr. Four years later he cut his first demo.

From there, Alan’s career would see over 75 million records sold worldwide, 66 Billboard charters, 35 number-one hits, two Grammy Awards, 17 ACM Awards, and many more. All of these accomplishments would lead him to receive the title of one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

Recently, Jackson was recognized as “Artist of a Lifetime” by CMT.

Here are five of our favorite songs.

“Little Bitty”

“Little Bitty was the lead single off of his 1996 Everything I Love album. It would be Jackson’s 14th number 1 Billboard song!

“Chasin’ that Neon Rainbow”

This 1990 hit was part of his first album, Here in the Real World. It would go on to peak at the number 2 spot. The inspiration for the song came from playing the honky tonk circuit in Georgia.

“Livin’ On Love”

“Livin’ On Love” was Jackson’s 9th number 1 Billboard hit. It was the second single from his 1994 Who I Am album.

“Chattahoochee”

Skiing in jeans and a cowboy hat... enough said!

“Where I Come From”

This 2001 hit was off of his When Somebody Love You album. It would go on to become his 18th number 1!

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