When “Livin’ On Love” was released in 1994, it swiftly skyrocketed from televisions to radios. You can hear the song being played all over the place. It’s been sung by everyone, and your head keeps humming the melody. Undoubtedly, the catchy tune and beautiful lyrics had strongly pierced the music obsessives.
At that time, I’m pretty sure you have experienced the inability to stop singing the song too, no matter how hard you try. Also, you’d try singing another song, but you’d end up singing the same song. The melody kept whining inside your head. Then, you were struck by the effect of the Last Song Syndrome of “Livin’ On Love.”
Listen once more to Alan Jackson’s “Livin’ On Love” for it will bring back the good old days. The time when honky-tonk is still appealing to the ears.
Livin’ On Love…
Alan Jackson, himself, wrote the words and lyrics of “Livin’ On Love.” It was released in 1994 and the second single from Jackson’s album “Who I Am.” The song became triple No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, Canadian RPM Country Tracks, and Bubbling Under Hot 100.
Before its release, it has already been electrifying the airwaves. “Livin’ On Love” proved the intensifying effect of the song to everyone. And even up to these days, the song can still hypnotize us.
Alan Jackson grew up singing in the church. He, most of the time, listens to gospel music. Jackson started a band after graduating from high school. Then, at the age of 27, along with his wife Denise, he moved to Nashville to pursue his musical career full time.
Glenn Campbell helped Alan Jackson’s career to boom. In 1989, Jackson, the first artist to sign to the newly-formed Arista Nashville, the branch of Arista Records. Jackson’s career then began recording songs, and the rest was history.
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