With 35 country number one hits, 17 ACM Awards and 80 million record sales to his name, singer-
songwriter Alan Jackson is second only to Garth Brooks as the most successful artist to emerge from
Nashville in the 1990s. Born in Newnan, Georgia in 1958, Jackson first began performing in church
but only developed his love of country music in his teens when he was introduced to the likes of
John Anderson and Hank Williams. After releasing Alan Jackson tickets for various hometown shows
with his band, Dixie Steel, throughout the 80s, he eventually moved to Nashville to pursue his music
career at the relatively late age of 27. Shortly after, he became the first signing to Arista Nashville,
released 1990 debut album, Here In The Real World, and Alan Jackson tickets for an accompanying
tour, and scored the first of many US country chart-toppers with “I’d Love You All Over Again.” The
demand for Alan Jackson tickets continued to grow thanks to the likes of 1991’s Don’t Rock The
Jukebox, which spawned four number one singles, 1992’s A Lot About Livin’ (And a Little ‘Bout Love),
which produced the CMA Single of the Year, “Chattahoochee,” and 1994’s Who I Am, which reached
No.5 on the Billboard 200. In 1995, fans snapped up Alan Jackson tickets for his headline
performances on the Fruit of the Loom concert tour, and after adding to his discography with 1996’s
Everything I Love and 1998’s High Mileage, he paid tribute to his favorite artists on 1999’s covers
album, Under the Influence. Sales of Alan Jackson tickets soared in 2001 when his tribute to those
killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, “Where You Were (When The World Stopped Turning),” gave him
a first US Top 30 hit. A year later, he scored his first US number one album with Drive and went onto
release Alan Jackson tickets for a major North American tour featuring Martina McBride before
venturing into gospel territory for an album dedicated to his mother, Precious Memories. After
teaming up with producer Alison Krauss for Like Red on a Rose, he recorded Live at Texas Stadium in
front of thousands of fans with Alan Jackson tickets for his 2007 co-headlining tour with George
Strait and Jimmy Buffett. In 2008, he returned to his country roots for Good Time, which like 2010’s
Freight Train and 2012’s Thirty Miles West, was supported by the release of Alan Jackson tickets for
a national tour. In 2013, he released The Bluegrass Album, and a year later composed the opening
credits theme for big-screen comedy A Million Ways To Die In The West.
The Bluegrass Album (2013)
Thirty Miles West (2012)
Freight Train (2010)
Good Time (2008)
Precious Memories (2006)
Like Red On A Rose (2006)
What I Do (2004)
Let It Be Christmas (2002)
When Somebody Loves You (2000)
Under The Influence (1999)
High Mileage (1998)
Everything I Love (1996)
Who I Am (1994)
Honky Tonk Christmas (1993)
A Lot About Livin' (And A Little 'Bout Love) (1992)
Don't Rock The Jukebox (1991)
Here In The Real World (1990)
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Alan Jackson News
2-3-16: Alan Jackson will be back out on the road for the 25th anniversary of his seminal album Keepin' It Country beginning this month. The country singer starts his 2016 at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo on February 22 and make 10 more stops across the country early November. View the complete list of tour dates in the "Schedule" tab above.
5-12-15: Country star Alan Jackson makes his next tour stop at Usana Amphitheatre on May 16, where tickets average at $87.94 and get-in price starts at $46 on the secondary market. He'll make six stops through the end of August, ultimately wrapping at Ravinia Pavilion on August 31. Over his six-show tenure, tickets own a secondary average of $107.94.
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Alan Jackson Tour Dates
2016 Keepin' It Country Tour
2/22 San Antonio, TX - San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo
3/18 Jackson, MS - Mississippi Coliseum
3/19 Thackerville, OK -Winstar Resort & Casino
4/16 Anaheim, CA - Honda Center
4/29 Milwaukee, WI - U-W Milwaukee Panther Arena
4/30 Sioux City, IA - Tyson Events Center
7/15 St. Clairsville, OH - Jamboree in the Hills
7/17 Brooklyn, MI - Faster Horses Festival
8/19 Toledo, OH - Zoo Amphitheatre
11/4 Lincoln, NE -Pinnacle Bank Arena
11/5 Fargo, ND - Scheels Arena