Alan Jackson has been impressing us with his music for decades.
For over 25 years, he has remained a prominent figure in the country music community with hit's like "It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere", "Chattahoochee", and of course the classic, "Remember When".
Like many of his hits, Jackson wrote "Remember When" and released it as the final single from his 1993 compilation album, Greatest Hits Volume II. The song spent two weeks at the top spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in 2004.
The song talks about Jackson's never-ending love for his wife, Diane. The couple were just teenagers when they married in December of 1979, and moved to Nashville six years later so Jackson could pursue his future in country music.
Even through the rough times, Jackson and his wife stuck it out. They have held tight to the memories they share, and have cherished the good and the bad. The song reminds them to "remember" their younger years, raising children, and the easier times.
The song holds a special place in Jackson's heart, and for many fans as well. Some would even say that "Remember When" is one of his all-time greatest songs.
Below we have placed the official music video for "Remember When", along with a live Grand Ole Opry performance. As a bonus, Carrie Underwood's beautiful live cover of the song, also at the Opry is below.