Country Music Superstar Surprised with Achievement During Concert at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena
13,000+ Fans Cheer Country Music Hall of Famer’s Latest Achievement
Friday was a night to remember for Alan Jackson as the country star headlined Nashville's Bridgestone Arena — his first full concert in Music City in four years. Along with "It's Five O' Clock Somewhere," “Chattahoochee” and many more of his classics, Jackson played several cuts from his new album "Where Have You Gone." That included "You'll Always Be My Baby (Written for Daughters Weddings)," which he sang with one of his three daughters, Ali.
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COUNTRY SUPERSTAR ALAN JACKSON IS COMING TO SIOUX FALLS’ DENNY SANFORD PREMIER CENTER SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
SOLD OUT TORNADO BENEFIT CONCERT HEADLINED BY ALAN JACKSON EXPANDS TO A FULL AFTERNOON AND EVENING OF MUSIC
Updated Arrival, Parking and Admission
Times and Info Announced
SOLD OUT TORNADO BENEFIT CONCERT HEADLINED BY ALAN JACKSON TO BE LIVESTREAMED EXCLUSIVELY ON FACEBOOK
The effort to help his tornado-ravaged hometown that’s at the center of this month’s Where I Come From: Tornado Benefit Concert Featuring Alan Jackson continues to expand as organizers announce an exclusive partnership with Facebook to livestream Jackson’s performance at the sold-out event on June 26.
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Tickets for Where I Come From: Tornado Benefit Featuring Alan Jackson have sold out, organizers have announced. Capacity for the June 26 at the Coweta County Fairgrounds in Newnan, Georgia was reached within hours of the event going on sale Friday morning (May 21).
Country Music icon Alan Jackson will return to his hometown next month as he headlines a special concert event to benefit relief efforts in Newnan, Georgia. Where I Come From: Tornado Benefit Featuring Alan Jackson will find the superstar bringing three decades of hits to the stage in an area recently ravaged and still recovering from a devastating spring tornado.
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ALAN JACKSON RELEASES NEW SONG “YOU’LL ALWAYS BE MY BABY (WRITTEN FOR DAUGHTERS’ WEDDINGS)”
Superstar’s First Studio Album in Six Years Available May 14
Album Features 21 Songs, 15 Written by the Award-Winning Entertainer