Kubota Tractor Corporation is joining Alan Jackson's 25-year career celebration. The industry-leading tractor and equipment company has signed on as a sponsor of the country superstar’s upcoming 2015 tour.
Alan Jackson mixed rarities, hits, and a new song that his band had not yet learned during a two-and-a-half-hour concert on the opening night of two special performances as the 2014 artist-in-residence at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Country music superstar Alan Jackson’s 25th Anniversary celebration continues as he rings in the holiday season a little early with the re-release of his popular Christmas classics album Let It Be Christmas on October 27.
Alan Jackson’s Artist-in-Residence concerts at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum sold-out in less than an hour of yesterday's on sale setting a record for the fastest sell-out for any event held in the CMA Theater.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum director Kyle Young,right, gives a toast to Alan Jackson, who's wife, Denise and daughters were present during an opening party for Alan Jackson's exhibit in commemoration of his 25 years in country music.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum hosted a reception this evening in celebration of its newest exhibit, ALAN JACKSON: 25 YEARS OF KEEPIN’ IT COUNTRY, which opens to the public this Friday, August 29, 2014, and runs through March 15, 2015. At the reception, Jackson’s treasured 1955 Thunderbird was unveiled in the museum’s Curb Conservatory lobby where it will be on display opening weekend only, Friday, August 29, through Monday, September 1.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is gearing up for the forthcoming exhibit Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin’ It Country, with an opening-weekend-only artifact on display and special, exhibit-related programs.
Alan Jackson has been “keepin’ it country” for 25 years, and he kept it just as country as a cowboy hat and a steel guitar’s twang Saturday night before a packed pavilion estimated at more than 30,000 at the Mississippi Valley Fair in Davenport.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will unveil an exhibit highlighting Alan Jackson’s 25-year career on August 29, 2014. Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin’ It Country is slated to run through March 2015.
On June 26, 1989 – 25 years ago today – a then-unknown singer-songwriter from the small town of Newnan, GA put pen to paper and signed his first major recording contract. His name was Alan Jackson…and that “dream come true” moment set the stage for a career that Jackson – and those in the room with him – could only have imagined.
Maybe Alan Jackson's CMT Impact Award is in some kind of trophy room. Or in a glass display case with recessed lighting. Or maybe it's still in a box waiting to join his other accolades. But I know one thing for sure -- he reveres all of his awards enough to take very good care of them.