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Alan Jackson Announced Tour
Alan Jackson Announced Tour

Alan Jackson held a press conference this morning to announce his 25th Anniversary tour.  He assured fans that this isn’t a farewell tour.  The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will help Alan celebrate 25 years with an exhibit devoted to his career on August 29th. The tour will begin next spring. Alan surprised fans last night with a performance at The Stage, a honky tonk in downtown Nashville.  He performed some of his biggest hits and welcomed special guests, Easton Corbin, Lee Ann Womack and Kacey Musgraves.

Lee Ann Womack and Kacey Musgraves performed Livin’ On Love last night as they honored Alan Jackson, who took home the very first CMT Impact Award.

Carrie Underwood‘s See You Again took home the biggest award of the night, Video of the Year, at the CMT Music Awards.  Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line were each double award winners.

Little Big Town debuted their new single, Day Drinking at the CMT Music Awards. They were a colorful mess by the time the performance was over.

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