Alan Jackson Performs On AXS TV’s ‘Live From Red Rocks’ March 6th

“Small Town Southern Man” Alan Jackson brings his big time charm to one of the country’s most iconic venues, in an all-new episode of AXS TV’s concert series “Live From Red Rocks”, on Sunday, March 6th, at 8 PM ET.

Originally filmed on May 17, 2015 at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, the exclusive event captures the final stop on the country music legend’s highly successful 25th Anniversary “Keepin’ It Country Tour,” featuring special guests Jon Pardi and Brandy Clark.

With unprecedented natural acoustics and a picturesque mountain setting in the background, Jackson takes the stage on a rainy night to rock a sold out crowd with his trademark brand of award-winning country hits including “Gone Country,” “I Don’t Even Know Your Name,” “Small Town Southern Man,” “Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)” “Angels and Alcohol,” and the fan-favorite Jimmy Buffett collaboration “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere,” as well as beloved covers of Don Williams’ “It Must Be Love,” and Jim Ed Brown’s “Pop A Top.”

Even though it’s been a couple of months since the release of Alan Jackson’s three-album collection of music titled Genuine: The Alan Jackson Story, it is never too late to pick up your set! (now available exclusively through Walmart).

“Genuine: The Alan Jackson Story” contains 59 of his recordings from his time spent with Arista Nashville. Jackson continues to surprise fans with new music as eight of the 59 tracks in the collection are previously unreleased tracks.

The set also includes a poster that features a panoramic shot of the Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin’ It Country exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

For more information visit Alan Jackson’s website and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.


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