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About Alan Jackson

In an era dominated by the likes of Garth Brooks and George Strait, Alan Jackson not only became one of the biggest names in country music in the 90's, he remains in the contemporary mainstream at a time when much younger artists are genre-bending and embracing so-called 'bro-country.'

If there's one thing you won't see from Jackson, it's the country stalwart throwing out rhymes with Florida Georgia Line or singing songs about tanlines and Daisy Dukes (a la Luke Bryan). In fact, Jackson has been a hallmark of consistency despite the fact he has maintained a down-to-earth, wholesome image no longer highly embraced by the new generation of artists. You won't find him sporting tattoos, throwing back drinks at spring break or dancing on the tailgate of a pickup truck. Honkey tonk is what Jackson does best, and he's got 35 number one hits to prove it.

The one word that might sum up Jackson's career? Workhorse. He's recorded 14 studio albums, 2 Christmas albums, 2 Gospel albums and various compilations. All told, he's sold more than 60 million albums worldwide thanks to songs like "A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'bout Love)," "Little Bitty," "Who's Cheatin' Who," "Chattahoochee," "Country Boy," "Small Town Southern Man" and "Drive." The song that comforted America and propelled Jackson into the mainstream spotlight came after the September 11, 2001 attacks when he released, "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" as a tribute to those killed.

Jackson has, at times, been extremely vocal about country music's shift toward pop. At the turn of the decade, he and Strait criticized the state of country on the song "Murder on Music Row." It sparked further debate in the Nashville community about whether or not "traditional" country music still existed. Despite the fact that it was not officially released as a single, it became the highest-charting nonseasonal album cut to appear on Hot Country Singles & Tracks in the Broadcast Data Systems era.

A recipient of 2 Grammys, 16 CMA Awards, 17 ACM Awards and a member of the Grand Ole Opry, Jackson continues to be well received not only in country circles, but throughout the industry.