Alan Jackson has recorded “A Million Ways to Die,” the title track from Universal Pictures and MRC’s upcoming comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West, on the forthcoming Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for the film.
A diverse lineup that included country music star Alan Jackson drew one of the largest opening day turnouts in MerleFest’s 27-year history, setting the stage for a weekend with a record 130-plus performing artists amid clear skies and moderate temperatures.
Strayhorn Ryan Joseph admits to talking kind of funny. His not-quite-southern accent stems from being a Pittsburgh transplant living in Nashville, where he initially took a job operating elevators at the Country Music Hall of Fame. In just six years, he went from “pressing an elevator button to playing with Alan Jackson.”
Alan Jackson’s first bluegrass album –The Bluegrass Album – has been the bestselling bluegrass album for four months, since its release on Sept. 24, 2013, as it continues at the top of Billboard’s Bluegrass Album Sales Chart.
Alan Jackson, along with partners Tom Morales, Steve Moore, George Boedecker and Nancy Russell, have announced plans to revitalize Nashville’s Lower Broad neighborhood with the remodel and repurposing of the iconic Acme Building. The space will feature three floors and a rooftop patio, each with its own unique style paying tribute to the past, present and future of Nashville.