Country legend Alan Jackson is the subject of a new documentary and you can watch it now. Alan Jackson: Small Town Southern Man is available today (May 3) on streaming services (Apple iTunes, Amazon Prime and Amazon Video Direct).
The film, which debuted last year on AXS TV, chronicles Jackson's life, from his upbringing in Georgia to his rise to country stardom. The documentary features interviews with Jackson's wife, Denise Jackson, family members, collaborators and country stars, such as Carrie Underwood, Alison Krauss and Lee Ann Womack. The documentary will also give the backstory on classic Jackson hits like "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow," "Someday," "(Who Says) You Can't Have it All" and "Chattahoochee."
Alan Jackson: Small Town Southern Man will be released on DVD in June 28. The DVD is available for pre-order here.
Jackson released his debut album Here in the Real World in 1990. The album spawned the hits "Wanted," "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow," "I'd Love You All Over Again" and the title track. The singer was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2017.
Jackson is currently on his 2019 tour with William Michael Morgan and Randy Houser.
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