Alan Jackson Top 10 Songs of All Time, New Songs in 2016-2017

Take a look at the below list of Alan Jackson Top 10 Songs and Albums of All Time till 2017 with new and upcoming songs 2017. Country music is always fair and kind to its artists. Once in a while, you achieve fortune and fame, and your fans become loyal for life. That is something unique with country music, and it is not common with other genres of music. Named Alan Eugene Jackson after birth, the legend sings contemporary and traditional honky tonk music, also known as ‘hat’ act. Alan Jackson puts on a cowboy hat whenever he performs on stage. Here goes his ten hit tracks.

Alan Jackson Top 10 Songs List, New Songs in 2017-2018

List of Top 10 songs by Alan Jackson of all time Till 2017

10. ‘Tall, Tall Trees.’

‘Tall, Tall Trees’ is a feel good track about romance, penned by a pair of country icons, who also happen to be coupled in the musical world. Roger Miller and George Jones are the writers of the track, which boasts about having made it to the position one spot.

9. ‘Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning.’

Allan Jackson writes the song in response to the ‘9/11 Terrorist Attacks’ in the United States of America. The horrors of the events motivate Jackson to pen the song, and it comes out as an incredible piece of art. The song quickly rises to position one after release, something that everyone expects of such a lovely song. The song boasts of a debut during the ‘Country Music Awards’ in the year 2001.

8. ‘She’s Got the Rhythm I’ve Got the Blues.’

Allan Jackson and Randy Travis decide to play with words, and that way they come up with ‘She’s Got the Rhythm I’ve Got the Blues.’ The musicians include a great imagery within the lyrics. With the girl, every little move he is told makes him get over the wrong people because the lady has a rhythm, and the musicians have the blues.

7. ‘It’s Five O’clock Somewhere.’

Allan Jackson collaborates with Jimmy Buffer who is a beach singer to produce an interesting track. For people who want to find reasons to party, ‘It’s Five O’clock Somewhere’ has the best excuses to have fun in life. Regardless of what the time is in your current location, there is most definitely a place in the world where the time is five O’clock, whether in Africa, Asia or the Middle East. Therefore your party should just be starting, after all, ‘It’s Five O’clock Somewhere.’

6. ‘Gone Country.’

‘Gone Country’ is one of the excellent commentary songs in country music. The track lets the entire world know the state of country music at the particular time it is written and produced. It looks like many people, from Long Island and beyond, make it big in the country music. The song successfully turns into an anthem after release, and many people relate the track to Allan Jackson. On this, we congratulate Allan Jackson. This is one of the Alan Jackson Top 10 Songs of All Time till 2017.

5. ‘Who’s Cheatin Who.’

‘Who’s Cheating Who’ is a track originally recorded and written by Charly Mclain, the incredible female singer. The song was released by Alan in 1997, Allan’s version making it to position one, also doubling up as the musician’s only hit number two.

4. ‘Don’t Rock the Jukebox.’

‘Don’t Rock the Jukebox’ is a track that makes it to position one at ease. The song’s idea comes when Allan Jackson plays music on a jukebox, then all of a sudden he realizes that his bass player is not performing well, and the box has a broken leg. When Allan leans on it, it tips a little, and there the song’s title is born after the musician yells at Jackson.

3. ‘Here in the Real World.’

‘Here in the Real World’ is a position two single from Jackson’s original record. The track never makes it to the position one spot on national charts. However, the same is on the top spot on the fans’ list of the most incredible and favorite tracks by Allan Jackson.

2. ‘Midnight in Montgomery.’

‘Midnight in Montgomery’ is a tribute song to Hank Williams Sr. The musician stops by the legend’s graveyard to pay a courtesy visit to the grave on the way to a new year’s concert, where he meets with William’s ghost. The song is haunting, with a fiddle that pulls at the heart of the listener as well as a pedal steel.

1. ‘Chattahoochee.’

‘Chattahoochie’ is the best track for Allan Jackson. The first position song is the best for great summer times. The record concerns having fun around ‘Chattahoochee’ river, located between Georgia and Alabama.

Alan Jackson Latest New Songs 2016-2017

1. ‘Angels and Alcohol

In his new release, Alan Jackson sings about the hardness faced whenever one tries to mix angels with alcohol. In his view, God did not create the two to be together at any time. Whenever one gets drunk, alcohol takes control, and you cannot be able to love the ladies. Whisky can never be blend with a real woman’s love. He disagrees with the idea of using alcohol to kill loneliness because, in the end, you must face your problems, not try to ignore them.

2. ‘Jim and Jack and Hank.’

In the song, Alan Jackson seems to care less about anyone, especially those who do not like him. He advises the person to take everything and leave because the person is a ‘total blank.’ He prefers to let the person go, after all, he has ‘Jim and Jack and Hank.’ The track is a good dedication for a person who wants to get out of your life because you have better and real friends. You would rather live with your ‘Jim and Jack and Hank.’

Alan Jackson is the face of country music, and you cannot mention country music without mentioning his name. Likewise, country music comes to your mind whenever Alan Jackson is mentioned. Many fans know Alan with his earlier tracks such as ‘It’s Five O’clock Somewhere,’ but if you thought he no longer makes incredible music, listen to ‘Angels and Alcohol’ as well as ‘Jim and Jack and Hank’, and you be the judge. Well done Alan Jackson, we will always be your ‘Jim and Jack and Hank.’

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