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Alan Jackson [US]

Alan Jackson [US]
Aliases
Alan Jackson
Real name
Alan Eugene Jackson
Born
October 17, 1958
Country
United States
IPI
00127268178 23 works
Comments
Country music singer-songwriter
Member of
CMA Artists of Then, Now & Forever (2016)
Family
Adam Wright Nephew
Related
The Strayhorns

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Songs written by Alan Jackson [US]

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
A Woman's Love Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson 1998 Covered by (3 artists)
Better Class of Losers Randy Travis, Alan Jackson [US] Randy Travis August 27, 1991 Covered by CMT's
Chattahoochee Alan Jackson [US], Jim McBride Alan Jackson August 1992 Covered by (10 artists)
Designated Drinker Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson with George Strait January 15, 2002 Covered by Tommy K├Ârberg
Don't Rock the Jukebox Keith Stegall, Alan Jackson [US], Roger Murrah Alan Jackson May 14, 1991 Covered by (4 artists)
Drive (For Daddy Gene) Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson January 15, 2002 Covered by Lullaby Players
Here in the Real World Alan Jackson [US], Mark Irwin Alan Jackson June 27, 1989 Covered by (4 artists)
Hole in the Wall Alan Jackson [US], Jim McBride Alan Jackson January 1994 Covered by Henry Smith
I Can't Do That Anymore Alan Jackson [US] Faith Hill August 1995 Covered by Michael Ballew
I Don't Even Know Your Name Alan Jackson [US], Ron Jackson, Andy Loftin Alan Jackson January 1994 Covered by (3 artists)
If I Could Make a Living Keith Stegall, Alan Jackson [US], Roger Murrah Clay Walker 1994 Covered by Jimmy Buckley
Job Description Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson January 1994 Covered by Henry Smith
Let It Be Christmas Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson November 2002 Covered by Lasse Berghagen
Let's Get Back to Me and You Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson January 1994 Covered by Lisa McHugh
Midnight in Montgomery Alan Jackson [US], Don Sampson Alan Jackson August 21, 1990 Covered by Josh Turner
Remember When Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson August 12, 2003 Covered by (3 artists)
She Don't Get the Blues Alan Jackson [US], Jim McBride Alan Jackson June 1989 Covered by Prairie Oyster
Small Town Southern Man Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson November 19, 2007 Covered by Lullaby Players
Too Much of a Good Thing Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson 2004 Covered by The Country Dance Kings
Walkin' the Floor over Me Alan Jackson [US], Don Sampson Alan Jackson May 14, 1991 Covered by Charlie Sizemore
When Somebody Loves You Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson 2000 Covered by The Country Dance Kings
Where I Come From Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson 2000 Covered by Lullaby Players
Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning) Alan Jackson [US] Alan Jackson January 15, 2002 Covered by (3 artists)
(Who Says) You Can't Have It All Alan Jackson [US], Jim McBride Alan Jackson May 27, 1992 Covered by The Country Dance Kings

Adapted songs