Only 25 years ago, Alan Jackson started his career on this time-worn stage.
The Grand Ole Opry served as a launchpad for Jackson in 1989 where he debuted with his signature white hat and impressive voice. Following his slam-dunk performance, Jackson would go on to sell over 80 million records, release over 30 No. 1 hits, and win two Grammys among many other awards.
Continuing on his 25th Anniversary "Keepin' It Country Tour", Jackson will perform several shows October 6th, 2015 on the same stage where he says his "ultimate dream" came true.
"The ultimate dream when you’re in the country music is to be asked to join the Grand Ole Opry." - Alan Jackson
Jackson released his 15th studio album Angels and Alcohol in July 2015 and it has since reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Album chart being called "his best in years" with Jackson making appearances on NPR, CBS Sunday Morning, The Tonight Show, and NBC's Today Show.
Check out Jackson's "It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere" Grand Ole Opry performance in the video below!
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