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Alan Jackson’s Station Inn performance to hit radio

Alan Jackson. photo credit: Russ Harrington

Alan Jackson’s August 27 show at Nashville’s Station Inn will be broadcast live on 650 AM WSM, streamed on wsmonline.com, and available via the WSM mobile app beginning at 9:30pm CT. The broadcast will be hosted by WSM’s Eddie Stubbs.

Jackson’s show will feature the players from Jackson’s upcoming The Bluegrass Album, set for release September 24. Jackson wrote eight of the fourteen songs on The Bluegrass Album, which will be released on ACR (Alan’s Country Records)/EMI Records Nashville and is produced by Keith Stegall and Jackson’s nephew, Adam Wright.

WSM is the most famed country music station in the world. Each day, the station shares country, bluegrass and Americana as well as the excitement of Music City with friends in Middle Tennessee and listeners around the world. WSM’s Eddie Stubbs is a CMA Award-winning broadcast personality and a member of the Country Radio Hall of Fame; each weeknight, Eddie’s WSM broadcasts showcase his unique insight on country music.

Tickets for the show are $25.00 and may be reserved in-person at the Station Inn beginning at 1:00pm on August 26 (the day before the show); tickets are limited to four per purchaser, and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. People reserving tickets must be present at the Station Inn the night of the show when doors open at 7:00pm – cash payment and a photo ID must be presented at that time, and all members of the ticket purchaser’s party must be present for admission.

Alan Jackson reschedules PEI and Nova Scotia shows

Alan Jackson.

Country music legend Alan Jackson has rescheduled two of his upcoming Canadian dates so he can attend the funeral of George Jones. The dates effected are his previously scheduled shows on Wednesday and Thursday night in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. Both dates have been rescheduled, with his PEI date now on Monday, May 6th at Credit Union Place in Summerside; and his NS date now on May 7th at Centre 200 in Sydney. All tickets with the old dates will be accepted at the new dates next week.

For ticketholders who are unable to attend the rescheduled dates, you can contact the box office for details on how to get a refund. Credit Union Place – Summerside, PEI  902-432-1234 or Centre 200, Sydney, NS 902-563-5229.

VIP Packages available for Alan Jackson’s Ryman show

Alan Jackson. photo credit: Russ Harrington

The Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA) announced today that a limited number of VIP Experience Packages are available for the 5th Annual “Stars Go Blue” benefit on Wednesday, March 20 at the Ryman Auditorium. It was announced last week that country music superstar Alan Jackson will give a rare, intimate performance at this historic music venue and it will be hosted by the oldest and largest national colon cancer patient advocacy organization, the CCA. All proceeds from the concert will benefit the CCA’s Blue Note Fund, helping colon cancer patients in need, a program founded by Nashville’s own Grammy-nominated artist/producer Charlie Kelley.

The VIP Experience can be purchased through the CCA at thestarsgoblue.com for $500.  It includes gold circle seating, meet and greet with Alan, a signed copy of Alan’s Seasons of Sweetbriar book, Loveless Café catered VIP reception and other surprises.

Regular tickets for “Stars Go Blue” are on sale now and can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, Ryman Box Office, www.ryman.com and by calling 800-745-3000.  Tickets are $75, $45 and $35.
Alan recently released a limited number of copies of his book Seasons of Sweetbriar – A Photographic Collection of Home by Alan Jackson. Seasons of Sweetbriar can be purchased through alanjackson.com for $25 or $50 for a book autographed by Alan, while supplies last. 100 percent of proceeds will be donated to the CCA’s Blue NoteFund.

Alan Jackson to play Ryman in March

Alan Jackson.

Country music legend Alan Jackson will be playing a headlining charity date at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on March 20th. The 5th annual “Stars Go Blue” event will feature a rare intimate and personal performance by Alan in support of the United States’ largest colon cancer patient advocacy fund – the Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA). All proceeds from Alan’s concert will benefit the organization.

In 2010, Alan’s wife Denise was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. He shares:

“It knocked us both down. It was so hard to watch her go through that. We were dating at 16 and 17, and I pretty much took care of her from that point on. But when it came to this, I felt like there wasn’t a thing I could do.”

Tickets for “Stars Go Blue” go on sale Fri., Jan. 18 at 10:00am Central and can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, Ryman Box Office, www.ryman.com and by calling 800-745-3000. Tickets are $75, $45 and $35.

Alan recently released a limited number of copies of his book Seasons of Sweetbriar – A Photographic Collection of Home by Alan Jackson. Seasons of Sweetbriar can be purchased through www.alanjackson.com for $25 or $50 for a book autographed by Alan, while supplies last. 100 percent of proceeds will be donated to the CCA’s Blue NoteFund.

PHOTO: Alan Jackson plays for 30,000 in Brazil

Alan Jackson.

Check out this picture from Alan Jackson playing to a crowd of 30,000 in Sao Paolo, Brazil this week! Who says country music isn’t international?

Photo credit: Schmidt relations / Alan Jackson.

Alan Jackson Returning To Opry May 8th

Alan Jackson.

Country music legend Alan Jackson will be returning the Grand Ole Opry stage on May 8th. Not only will he be performing some of his biggest hits, but he’ll give fans a sneak preview at his upcoming album “Thirty Miles West.” His new record is due out on Tuesday, June 5th. A portion of Alan’s set will be recorded for GAC’s “Noteworthy At The Opry” television special.

Other artists on the bill for May 8th include Thompson Square, Little Big Town, and Chris Young.

Alan Jackson Added To BamaJam Lineup

Alan Jackson.

The Bamajam line-up just keeps getting bigger and bigger every week. Organizers have just announced that country music legend Alan Jackson will be taking the stage at the 3-day music festival. He joins previously announced superstar performers Zac Brown Band, Kid Rock, Tim McGraw and Eric Church. Even more artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

Specially-priced 3-day tickets are available for an early bird rate of $119 online at bamajam2012.com as well as ticketfly.com. You can also purchase special, rare tickets that will let ticket holders be one of very few people to stand on-stage through each performance for $999. This once-in-a-lifetime ticket will let you watch all the main stage talent up close and personal like no other fan has ever seen before! Once  those tickets are gone, they’re gone, as they are very limited quantity.

Bamajam will have dual main stages at this year’s festival to help provide non-stop entertainment for country music fans at the 1600-acre Bamajam farms.

DVR Alert: Alan Jackson On Jay Leno

Alan Jackson.

Country music great Alan Jackson will be performing his latest single next month on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno. Fans should make sure to tune in Friday, March 30th at 11:35 pm EST on NBC to catch Alan performing “So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore” on the late night program.

Alan’s new single is now available at all online music stores. The heart wrenching single will be featured on the first joint venture between ACR (Alan’s Country Records) and EMI Records Nashville. The music video for the single was shot at Coney Island, New York by award winning director Steven Goldmann.

VIDEO: Alan Jackson – So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore

Alan Jackson.

Country music legend Alan Jackson released the brand-new music video for his single “So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore” earlier this week. The video, directed by Steven Goldman, was shot at Coney Island in New York City. The video is already in rotation on both CMT and GAC.

The single is already out at country music radio right now. Watch the music video below and let us know what your favorite Alan Jackson song of all-time is:

Kix Brooks & Alan Jackson To Be Inducted Into Music City Walk Of Fame

Alan Jackson.

Kix Brooks & Alan Jackson have been announced as the latest inductees into the Music City Hall of Fame. They will join fellow inductees Les Paul, Dan Miller, Manuel, Dr. Bobby Jones, and Dottie Rambo on the November 6th ceremony. They will be honored with a public ceremony at noon on November 6th at the unveiling of the sidewalk markers near the Walk of Fame Park in Nashville. The ceremony is sponsored by GAC and free to attend.

This group of inductees will round out the walk of fame to 58 stars in Music Mile.