Alan Jackson Announces 2017 Tour

With more than eighty million records sold worldwide, Alan Jackson burst onto the Country music scene in 1989 with help from Glen Campbell.  Although his first Single “Blue Blooded Woman” failed to reach the Top 40, his monstrous Hit “Here In The Real World” sure did, and the song launched Alan Jackson into Superstardom.

In 2014 the Country Music Hall of Fame opened an exhibit celebrating the first 25 years of Alan Jackson’s career.  Not bad for a boy who was not a major music fan, except for Gospel music, until he was introduced to the music of Hank Williams, Junior, Gene Watson, and John Anderson.

Now, Alan Jackson has announced his 2017 Tour:  Honky-Tonk Highway, that begins in Tulsa, Oklahoma on January 20.  Several show dates will also feature Lee Ann Womack, including Pensacola, Florida on January 27.  Atlanta and Minneapolis are among the stops the tour will make.

Major festivals Alan Jackson has slated to play in 2017 include the NEBRASKAland DAYS and Country Stampede in North Platte, that will also feature Dwight Yoakam, the Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and the Tree Town Country Music Festival in Forest City, Iowa.

VIP packages and tickets are currently on sale but will not last long.  Get yours today.  This is one performance you do not want to miss out on.

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***Brett Matthew West is a Nashvillian, and a long time Freelance Writer, who specializes in everything Country music.  His myriad of feature articles have been published in several newspapers and magazines around the country.  He also possesses an extensive online presence for his short stories.***


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