Alan is an American country singer and songwriter. Alan Jackson, a recipient of Grammy Award for Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning) has logged 16 studio albums; three of them were a massive hit.
He is best known for compiling classic honky-tonk with mainstream country music.
Alan Jackson first met his wife when they were just teens in small-town Georgia. Country music icon Alan Jackson married his high school sweetheart, Denise Jackson, 37 years ago on December 15, 1979, at Newnan Baptist Church in their hometown of Newnan, Georgia.
With wife Denise, he has three daughters Mattie Denise, Alexandra Jane Ali and Dani Grace.
The beloved couple shares an eternal love; however, there was a time when the couple parted their ways due to the growing tension in his career as well as his disloyalty.
But after reconcile they never separated in fact, Alan even wrote songs like She Likes It Too and ‘Remember When’ that referred his love story.
Alan was born in Newnan, Georgia to parents Joseph Eugene Jackson and Ruth Musick Jackson.
As a child, he grew up in a poor household where he and his family were compelled to live in a house built from an old toolshed of his grandfather.
Alan’s mom resided in the same house until she passed away in 2017.
Jack comes from a gifted and well-talented family as nephew Adam Wright is a singer while Cousin Brandon Moss is a professional baseball player. After attending Elm Street Elementary, he earned his high school degree from Newnan High School.
Standing 6 feet 4 inches, the 60-years-old, Alan Jackson has forever maintained a cool vibe throughout his career.
Jackson is a favorite among ladies with his muscular body and warm personality. The man with the ageless look is also popular with his fashion trend and style.
Alan is an absolute ladies man not only with his chartbuster hit but also with his timeless look and athletic body.
Be it his phenomenal songs or chic style and great physique, this man can give any contemporary young lads a run for their money.
The star generally dons a full sleeve shirt paired with a cowboy hat and modish pant that showcased his protruding muscles.
He is also traveling to several places with regard to his works and concerts.
Alan Jackson is a notable music singer who has offered numerous hits to his fans. The country music singer has also released some successful gospel music.
Alan started singing in church when he was still a child and the interest started growing gradually until he reached to his teenage.
After high school, he created his own band and at the age of 27, he along with his wife Denise relocated to Nashville to further pursue his music career.
While in Tennessee, he landed a job in the mailroom of The Nashville Network, and with the support of his wife, he met Glen Campbell who helped him start his career. After a long list of denials, he ultimately got signed by Arista Records Inc.
In 1990, he released his debut album ‘Here in the Real World’ which featured hit songs like ‘Here in the Real World’, Wanted and Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow. Prior to that, he had released his first single Blue Blooded Woman which unfortunately failed to make it in the chart of Hot Country Songs.
In the following year, Alan released two new albums Don’t Rock the Jukebox (1991) and A Lot About Livin’ (And a Little ‘bout Love) (1992), that spawned hits than ever including She’s Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues and Someday.
During the time he also wrote massive hits for Randy Travis ‘High Lonesome’.
After two years from the release of his third album, he swapped to Gary Overton leaving Ten Ten Management, which had watched over his career to the height. Later that year, he unleashed his fourth album Who I Am which presented four hits two of them being Livin on Love and Gone Country.
In 1996, he guest appeared in an episode of ABC sitcom Home Improvement, where he played his smash hit Mercury Blues.
Alan was shortly propelled into the mainstream limelight after his hit Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning), which was commemorated for the victims of 9/11 attacks. In 2006 he dropped his foremost gospel music album titled Precious Memories, as a gift to his mother who relished religious music.
His fifth album Good Time released in 2008 and Freight Train after two years also followed the track of success with songs like Small Town Southern Man and It’s Just That Way.
On March 2011, he left Sony and signed a deal with EMI Records Nashville, a joint project between Alan’s Country Record and Capitol.
Thirty Miles West was the seventh studio album of Alan which was released in 2012 with songs like Long Way to Go and You Go Your Way, however, no songs could make it to top 20.
He has hoarded a number of awards for his outstanding music and remarkable contribution to the music industry including Grammy Award and Country Music Association Award.
Alan Jackson is a veteran Country Music Artist who has a net worth of $75 million dollars.
He has entirely earned his fortunes of the record sales and concerts. In addition, he has also signed multi-millionaire endorsement deal with Ford Trucks.
Most recently, Alan Jackson listed his lavish Georgia lakefront house for whopping $6.4 million dollars
Designed in 2008, the house was in a sprawling 1.2 acres land, featured with five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and a two-car garage.