This is one of Alan Jackson’s bests. Another of his body moving music. The jivey melody can pull you to crack it up and booze till the sun is up. It’s just the sense of feel good after some hard days at work. And folks, you sometimes need to wind up and stress out a little. With this, let’s just all unbend, we deserve it, and we shouldn’t care coz “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere.”
It’s Five O’clock Somewhere…
Jim “Moose” Brown and Don Rollins wrote the words and lyrics of “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere.” Alan Jackson along with Jimmy Buffet recorded and performed the single. The song was released in June 2003 as the primary single from Alan’s album “Greatest Hits Volume II.” Due to its massive response, the song placed at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. In fact, it even placed at number one for a total of eight weeks on the chart. Also, the song placed at number seventeen on the Billboard Hot 100.
Moreover, the song won “Vocal Event of the Year” in 2003 at the Country Music Association Award. The success of the song made it as Alan’s biggest and most successful pop hit.
With the help of Glenn Campbell, Alan’s career skyrocketed, and his name was known worldwide. In 1989, Alan, the first artist to sign to the newly-formed Arista Nashville, the branch of Arista Records. Then, he began recording and creating his music. It was difficult at first, but he was able to reach the success he’s been dreaming of. Indeed, Alan’s journey is a history.
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Alan Jackson, It's Five O'clock Somewhere
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