Alan Jackson’s ‘Honky Tonk Highway Tour’ Adds Randy Houser and Lee Ann Womack

Alan Jackson is hitting the road in 2018 and getting it all started on January 19th in Lexington, KY. Select shows will feature Lauren Alaina.

Alan Eugene Jackson was born October 17, 1958 in Newman, GA. He grew up listening to gospel music but a friend turned him onto country great, Gene Watson, John Anderson, and Hank Williams Jr. In the early 80’s he moved to Nashville with his wife.

Alan Jackson’s wife was waiting at the airport one day when she ran Glen Campbell. She gave him one of Alan’s demo tapes and Campbell liked what he heard so he signed Jackson on as a writer at Seventh Son. Yes, this is how Jackson got his start in the country music business.

Arista Records came calling in 1989 and Jackson was the first country music singer they signed. One year later Jackson released his debut album Here in the Real World which contained the singles, “Blue Blooded Woman,” “Here in the Real World,” “Wanted,” “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow,” and “I’d Love You All Over Again.” One year after that Jackson released his second album, Don’t Rock the Jukebox, which contained the hit singles “Don’t Rock the Jukebox,” “Some Day,” “Dallas,” “Midnight in Montgomery,” and “Love’s Got a Hold on You.

It only took two albums to make Alan Jackson a country music mega-star. His combination of blending traditional honky tonk and mainstream country sounds was exactly what Nashville was looking for. To date he has recorded 15 studio albums, three greatest hits albums, two Christmas albums, two gospel albums and several compilations.

Jackson has sold over 80 million records worldwide. He has won two Grammy Awards, 16 CMA Awards, 17 ACM Awards over his career. He is a member of the Grand Ole Opry, and was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2001.

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2018 Alan Jackson Tour Dates

Jan. 19 — Lexington, Ky. at Rupp Arena (Lauren Alaina)
Jan. 20 — Little Rock, Ark. at Verizon Arena (Lauren Alaina)
Feb. 8 — Independence, Mo. at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena (Runaway June)
Feb. 9 — Indianapolis, Ind. at Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Runaway June)
Feb. 15 — San Antonio, Texas at San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo
Feb. 16 — Grand Prairie, Texas at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie (Randy Houser)
March 16 — Dayton, Ohio at Wright State University Nutter Center
March 17 — Rockford, Ill. at BMO Harris Bank Center
March 23 — Toledo, Ohio at Huntington Center (Randy Houser)
March 24 — Pittsburgh, Penn. at PPG Paint Arena (Randy Houser)
April 27 — Baltimore, Md. at Royal Farms Arena (Randy Houser)
April 28 — Albany, N.Y. at Times Union Center
May 4 — Tuscaloosa, Ala. at Tuscaloosa Ampitheatre
June 23 — Orange Beach, Fla. at The Wharf (Randy Houser)
July 27 — Central Point, Ore. at Country Crossing Music Festival
July 28 — Mountain Home, Idaho at Mountain Home Country Music Festival
Aug. 11 — Ore-Medonte, Ontario, Canada at Boots ‘n’ Hearts Music Festival
Aug. 16 — Vienna, Va. at Wolf Trap
Aug. 17 — Gilford, N.H. at Bank of New Hampshire Pavillion (Lee Ann Womack)
Sept. 14 — North Charleston, S.C. at North Charleston Coliseum (Randy Houser)
Sept. 15 — Charlotte, N.C. at Spectrum Center (Randy Houser)
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