Alan Jackson is not just simply recording songs, he pens most of his top charting singles too. In other words, he’s not just a talented singer but also a desirable songwriter. It only shows another side of him as one of the best country performers in the business. “Country Boy” is one of his other self-penned singles. Not only that but the song received a massive response from the country music obsessives. It even reached number one on the country charts.
Moreover, “Country Boy” became Alan Jackson’s twenty-fifth number one single of his career. With this, lend your ears and listen once more to the song. Rest assured, once it hits your eardrums, you’d like to hear to more of his ballads and honky-tonk music over and over again.
There has been a lot of country songs entitled “Country Boy.” Nevertheless, don’t confuse those songs with Alan Jackson’s. He has a different approach and a distinct style. As mentioned above, Alan Jackson wrote the words and lyrics of the song. He released the single in September 2008 under his album “Good time.” On the other hand, the album also produced two other number one singles such as “Good Time” and “Small Town Southern Man.”
Furthermore, in January 2009, “Country Boy” became his twenty-fifth number one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Indeed, Alan Jackson is one of the best country artists of this generation. He has sold more than eighty million records. Most of the singles have reached number one on the country charts. His albums are certified multi-platinum.
Moreover, Alan Jackson has received awards from Grammys, Country Music Association Awards, Academy of Country Music Association. He is a member of the Grand Ole Opry and was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2001, Country Music Hall of Fame in 2017, and into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2018.
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