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 on: September 24, 2016, 04:09:36 pm 
Started by BIGHUSKERSRED - Last post by Jeri_MS
BHR, Thanks!!!!!! You are so great to find these Songs for us Fans. Thanks!
I want to get this for sure. Sounds like a great idea with some of The Greats! Like You, I would love to hear more Alan. Thanks!! Cool oh i got this one on I-Tunes, it's Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and Thanks Alan for keeping it Country! Kiss
Jerrie(HomeTown MS

 on: September 24, 2016, 04:01:58 pm 
Started by BIGHUSKERSRED - Last post by Jeri_MS
Thanks BHR! I can't  wait to hear this. I like the idea of Alan doing Songs with other
Young Guys. Remember the hit he had with Zac Brown Band...I was so proud to see them open for Alan, way back.

Alan's voice is great with other Ladies too! hint , hint! Cool
I just wish they played more Alan on my radio stations here, I request & they do some.. Alan doesn't need to prove how great he is. He is Tops in my opinion. Love anything Alan! Kiss Maybe  Florida, soon  for Alan!
Jerrie(HomeTown MS.)

 on: September 21, 2016, 11:01:21 am 
No, this is not about a new Christmas song Alan has just recorded, but rather, a new collaboration recorded on  another artist's new and first Christmas album. You all remember, I'm sure, that Alan did a special collaboration recording with Keith Whitley of Keith's song, "THERE"S A NEW KID IN TOWN" in his very first Christmas album, "HONKY TONK CHRISTMAS". Chris Young, one of the new generation of young country music artists, is releasing his first Christmas album, "IT MUST BE CHRISTMAS," and it includes a collaboration of that very song with none other than Alan himself. Can't wait to hear it. Read the details here:


 on: September 21, 2016, 10:39:25 am 
Here's the link to the video for the single, "FOREVER COUNTRY" that was released yesterday. I think it was well done. Just wish Alan had more lines to sing in it. You may be able to download it too, just like the single, from iTunes (scroll down to the TOP MUSIC VIDEOS list on the right side; it's the first one on the list right now), if you all wish to.



 on: September 16, 2016, 03:24:31 pm 
If any you all have not heard or didn't hear the new CMA tribute project single, "FOREVER COUNTRY" played on the country radio this morning, you can listen to an audio clip of it from & , among few other country music websites. Below is the link for the Nash Country Daily's (formerly Country Weekly) web page on this single. The page, along with the audio clip, includes the lyrics to the single the way the 3 songs they used (Take Me Home Country Road b John Denver, On the Road Again by Willie Nelson & I Will Always Love You by Dolly Parton) were mashed up together and which artist sang which line. You can also listen to the audio clip from iTune and purchase it (download) from there too (it's better to listen to it from iTunes). The song actually sound pretty good, but, don't take my word for it. Go give it a listen and see what you think of it. I do have one problem with it, though. Seems like the so called "NEW COUNTRY" artists of today are more "highlighted" or have more lines to sing than the legendary and REAL country music artists in the group. Oh. . .well.


 on: September 16, 2016, 11:11:51 am 
CarolD, thank you so much for the kind words and caring. I have recovered from my illness but still could not shake off a lot of the sadness I'm feeling with losing the loved ones my family and I have lost this year and now, and most recently, my SIL added to the list. I briefly mentioned her on my post above. She had brain tumors and passed on Aug. 30th. She was my bridesmaid when my husband and I were married 45 years ago. We're trying to get our lives back to as normal as possible, but this year has been real tough and trying for my family and I. Thanks, again, for your caring and kindness.


 on: September 16, 2016, 08:49:51 am 
Started by KentuckyGirlAlanFan - Last post by bennettgr
I don't listen too much to the big name local stations in my area anymore.They don't play what we the fans wanna hear.I do listen to WNKR-FM 106.7 in Dry ridge KY,or WKID-FM 95.9 in Vevay IN,as far as local stations for me go.They DO play what the fans wanna hear. They play Alan's songs.(WKFI-AM 1090 is another local station that does too,in Wilimington Ohio.I listen to them too.You can get this station in Cincinnati Ohio).

Otherwise,I listen to WSM-AM 650 in Nashville at night.Or I will listen to KRNH (923 the ranch) on line from Kereville TX.They play a lot of Alan's songs.

And I listen to Sirius XM Sattelitte radio too.Plus CD's.

 on: September 16, 2016, 07:53:31 am 
Started by BIGHUSKERSRED - Last post by CarolD36
Just reading this.  So sorry for all you've been through, hope you are feeling better now.  Haven't been to this forum in a while, years ago we were very active here but it seems like things have slowed down a lot.

Still love Alan, haven't seen him in a few years since he hasn't come around here, wish he would.  I did finally get to meet Roger at the last one. 

Jerri, how are you doing? 

Take care! 

Carol (NJ)

 on: September 14, 2016, 12:45:38 pm 
The CMA organization is releasing a CD (single) and Musc Video called, "FOREVER COUNTRY - ARTISTS OF THEN, NOW & FOREVER", a tribute project comprised of 30 artists from the past and present in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the CMA Awards. Among those artists participating that has already been announced are Alan and Randy Travis. The CD (single) will be released Sept. 16 and the Musc Video will be out on Sept. 20. Go to the links below for more details and to find out all artists participating as their names are announced and also watch the video clips teasers (I wonder if Alan will be appearing at the CMA this year for this).


Alan Jackson   George Strait   Randy Travis   Vince Gill   Willie Nelson   Charlie Pride   Ronnie Milsap   Keith Urban Brad Paisley   Dierks Bentley   Tim McGraw   Luke Bryan   Blake Shelton   Darius Rucker   Brett Eldredge   Eric Church Jason Aldean   Brooks & Dunn   Alabama   Lady Antebellum   Rascal Flatts   Little Big Town  Trisha Yearwood Reba McEntire   Martina McBride   Faith Hill   Dolly Parton   Carrie Underwood   Kacey Musgraves  Miranda Lambert.

 on: September 14, 2016, 08:20:56 am 
Started by CarolD36 - Last post by CarolD36
It's been two years since I have seen Alan and the Strayhorns near me and it doesn't seem like they are coming this year either!!!  Alan, your fans up here miss you and deserve to see you soon!!!!  Can't you fit in an event in Atlantic City, NJ or Trenton?Huh

Miss you and the guys!!!

Carol in NJ

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