Alan Jackson's favorite color is blue. His favorite childhood memory is riding around in a red go-cart that he received for Christmas, his father built it for him. His favorite song is "He Stopped Loving Her Today," by George Jones.
Alan Jackson's discography includes:
Here In The Real World released in 1990
Don't Rock The Jukebox released in 1991
A Lot About Livin' released in 1992
Honky Tonk Christmas released in 1992
Contemporary Country: The Early '90s released in 1993
Keith Whitley: A Tribute Album released in 1994
Who I Am released in 1994
The Greatest Hits Collection released in 1995
Everything I Love released in 1996
High Mileage released in 1998
Super Hits released in 1999
Under The Influence released in 1999
When Somebody Loves You released in 2000
Drive released in 2001
Greatest Hits Volume II released in 2003
What I Do released in 2004
Precious Memories released in 2005
Like Red on a Rose released in 2006
Alan Jackson has won over thirty five Country Music Awards, Music City News, Academy of Country Music, and American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers awards.
Alan Jackson loves to collects classic cars, antique boats and Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Alan Jackson's favorite place to ride his Harley is in Oregon at Crater Lake. His favorite place to relax is in the Gulf of Mexico.
When Alan Jackson was growing up, he had a spider monkey named "Peanuts."
Alan Jackson likes to spend his time off teaching his daughters to fish and water ski.
The red boots that Alan Jackson wore in his "Chattahoochee" video, were custom made just for him.
Alan Jackson always wears a Stetson Rancher "Silver Belly" cowboy hat.
Alan Jackson prefers to wear jeans and a t-shirt.
The first car that Alan Jackson ever owned was a 1955 Thunderbird convertible.
Alan Jackson got his first job when he was twelve working in a shoe repair shop.
Alan Jackson's big break came in an airport in 1985, when his wife, who was working as a flight attendant, gave Glen Campbell a copy of Alan's tape.
Alan Jackson signed his first record deal on June 26, 1989. It was with Arista Nashville.
Alan Jackson was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry Hall of Fame in 1991.
"Home" is Alan's favorite song that he's written.
The first car that Alan ever owned was a 1955 Thunderbird convertible.
Alan's favorite foods are pineapple and mayonnaise sandwiches and Brunswick Stew.
Alan's favorite sport is fishing.
Alan's favorite actress is Jodie Foster and favorite actor is Clint Eastwood.
Alan's favorite movie is Outlaw Josey Wales. His favorite TV show is The Andy Griffith Show.
Alan's musical influence's include George Jones, Hank Williams, Sr., Hank William, Jr., Merle Haggard, George Strait, John Conlee, John Anderson and Gene Watson.
Prior to being a country star, Alan worked as a car and furniture salesman, carpenter, garage worker, fork-lift driver at K-Mart and a mailroom worker at TNN.
Alan's first band was called Dixie Steel.
Alan's first performance was at 17 as "Barnaby" in his school's production of Oklahoma
Alan's first job was in a shoe repair shop when he was 12 years old.
Alan Jackson is currently signed with Arista/Nashville Records.
Alan met his wife at a Dairy Queen in Newman, Georgia.
Alan has a baritone singing voice.
Alan has blonde hair and blue eyes.
"Where Where You (When The World Stopped Turning)" won both CMA "Song of the Year" and CMA "Single of the Year" in 2002.
Alan has been CMA "Entertainer of the Year" three times: In 1995, 2002, and 2003.
Alan released "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)", a song about 9/11, shortly after the 9/11 tragedy.
Alan has had over 25 Billboard #1 singles including "Little Bitty", "Drive", and "Remember When."
Alan and Denise Jackson were married on December 15, 1979.
Alan has three children: Mattie Denise, Alexandra Jane, and Dani Grace.
Alan began dating his wife in high school when they were both teens.
Alan is a foot taller than his wife, Denise.
Alan is 6'4" tall.
Alan Jackson: You need to keep your perspective. You have to remember where you came from.
Alan Jackson: I don't think I've changed all that much from a kid who grew up in a small town.
Alan Jackson: To me, songwriting is the backbone of Nashville. Looks can go, fads can go, but a good song lasts forever.
Alan Jackson: When my girls do something very small, it means something big to me. Just watching them accomplish things from the time they're infants in wonderful.
Alan Jackson: Do what's in your heart and don't let people change you. Do what you want to do.
Alan Jackson: Ten years ago I was driving a forklift at the Kmart warehouse and nobody was screaming at me then.
I guess it's the magic of show business.
Alan Jackson: I hate the star part of the business. I like the singing, and writing and all that goes with it. But I wish when I get off the (tour) bus I could be more normal and go down to Kmart and buy me a fishing lure.
Alan Jackson: Everybody says it's nice to be nominated and it is. It's nice to be included – especially with as many years as I've been in the business. A lot of people's careers aren't lucky enough to last this long and I don't know why it keeps working, but it does. I'll just keep on doing it.