Alan Jackson Set To Release ‘Angels And Alcohol’ Friday, July 24th

Friday can’t come soon enough…Alan Jackson is set to release his new studio album, Angels And Alcohol, July 24th 2015. This will mark Alan’s first studio album containing all new material in three years which Jackson personally wrote seven of the ten tracks on the album, including the self-penned title track.

Angels And Alcohol, his 15th studio album, comes 25 years after his debut landmark album, Here In The Real World. Since the release of Here In The Real World, Jackson has released 22 albums including two Christmas albums, two gospel albums, three Greatest Hits collections and a Bluegrass album which included standards and eight original songs he wrote himself.

The new album, produced by Jackson’s long-time collaborator and friend, Keith Stegall, has produced every one of Jackson’s 23 albums over the past 25 years with the exception of just one album, Like Red On A Rose, which was produced by Alison Krauss.

Jackson wrote the majority of the new album himself with the help of songwriters Michael White (who also wrote Blake Shelton’s second Number One hit The Baby) and Troy Jones (who penned Billy Currington’s People Are Crazy’ and ‘Pretty Good at Drinking Beer’) for three of the album’s ten tracks. The first single off the new album, ‘Jim and Jack and Hank’, will take you back to the early 90’s of country and marks a return to Jackson’s country beginnings.

In August, 2014 the Country Music Hall of Fame opened an exhibit celebrating Jackson’s 25 years in the music industry. The exhibit highlighted the different milestones in his career with memorabilia collected over the years. His 25th Anniversary Keeping It Country’ Tour began January 8, 2015, in Estero, Florida.

Alan debuted the title track ‘Angels and Alcohol’ from the album recently on the Tonight show with Jimmy Fallon. To see the performance click HERE.


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