On the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, Alan Jackson has 26 singles that peaked at the number one spot. “Where I Come From” is of those tracks. The song peaked at number one on October 13, 2001. It has been 18 years ago since then. However, the song still one of the best to listen to, especially to remember the great music of the past.
Posted by Alan Jackson on Thursday, August 19, 2010
Indeed, Alan Jackson has 26 number one entries on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. From his first three entitled “I’d Love You All Over Again,” “Don’t Rock the Jukebox,” and “Someday” to his last “As She’s Walking Away.” Those songs are one of the bests to listen to over and over again.
Where I Come From
Alan Jackson himself wrote the words and lyrics of “Where I Come From.” He released the song on July 9, 2001. It was part of his album “When Somebody Loves You.” Interestingly, it was the same album that provided us his other top charting singles “When Somebody Loves You” which peaked at number five and “www.memory” which peaked at number six.
Moreover, “Where I Come From” placed at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on October 13, 2001. It held its position until October 20. Then, it placed at number two on October 27, with Brooks and Dunn’s “Only America” taking over at number one spot. The next week, “Where I Come From” returned to number one for its third and final week. It spent number one on the said chart for three weeks and a total of 26 weeks overall.
Posted by Alan Jackson on Monday, February 14, 2011
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, moved to Nashville to pursue his musical career full time.
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Alan Jackson, Where I Come From