Alan Jackson’s New Album Coming Soon

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Jackson’s 14th Studio Album ‘Thirty Miles West’ Comes Out June 5

On it is a song called “Dixie Highway,” which influenced the name of the album, featuring the Zac Brown Band.

Country Male Artist

Alan Jackson

I personally love “Chattahoochee” and “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” by Alan, but he’s so good I’m just going to have to go buy this album and update my favorites!

The album got its name from the a highway that runs from northern Michigan to southern Florida called the Dixie Highway. Alan said he grew up 34 miles out of Newnan, Georgia which was where the Dixie Highway went through Georgia. That’s how the album got its name.

“So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore” is on the album, along with a song he wrote about his wife during her battle and recovery from cancer.

“I’m glad we recorded it, and it’s on there,” Alan said. “Not only for Denise, but once you go through something like that, you run into so many people that have had the same thing happen. I feel this song will say a lot to them and they’ll be able to connect with those emotions that are in there. Maybe it’ll be good for some people to hear that.”

Beautiful! I can’t wait to hear it!

For more information check out The Boot.

 

 

 

 

Here’s Alan’s latest hit “So You Don’t Have to Love Me Anymore” at number 28 on the Billboard Country Music Charts and climbing.

 

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