The Best of Alan Jackson
Alan Jackson turns 63 years old on October 17 and has had more hits than you can even count. The Georgia native has amassed over 35 number one country hits and sold over 75 million albums worldwide.
To celebrate the great Alan Jackson's birthday, here are five of his very best songs.
Don't Rock The Jukebox, 1991: Jackson was known before this song, but this was the tune that turned him into a superstar.
Chattahoochee, 1992: Of all of the hits Jackson has had in his career, this might be his signature song, and that's saying a lot. It doesn't hurt when you have a catchy chorus and an all-around fun song to play.
Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning), 2001: A song Jackson wrote almost immediately after the tragic events of September 11th, 2001, and released just a few short months later, in November. In the song, Jackosn details his emotions and feelings in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks. Many of his biggest fans consider it his very best song.
Country Boy, 2008: This became Jackson's 24th number one hit and is a fan-favorite at concerts.
Hard Hat & A Hammer, 2010: Jackson wrote this as a tribute to blue-collar workers across the U.S. He even used his father's old anvil as a background effect in the tune, which went to number 17 on the charts in 2010.
These are just my own personal favorite songs from the legendary, Alan Jackson. It's hard to go wrong with any of the amazing tunes in his catalog.
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