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Alan Jackson's Artist-In-Residence Shows Set For October


(Nashville, TN) -- Alan Jackson has two special performances coming up at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. As this year's Artist-In-Residence the singer is getting the opportunity to create his own musical showcase, which he'll present at the museum's intimate, 800-seat CMA Theater this fall. Jackson's Artist-In-Residence concerts are scheduled for October 8th and 22nd. Tickets go on sale September 8th.

The Artist-In-Residence shows are part of the Hall Of Fame's celebration of Jackson's 25th anniversary as a recording artist. They're being staged in conjunction with the upcoming retrospective exhibit "Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin' It Country," which will open on August 29th.

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