Alan Jackson Tour Schedule

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Sibling trio the Harters are gearing up to once again join superstar Alan Jackson on the road for a string of dates across Canada beginning next month.

Leslie, Michael and Scott Harter spent much of 2010 on the road with Alan, which left a lasting impression on the newcomers. “When we first met him, he came out and introduced himself, ” Leslie tells The Boot. “He said, ‘I’ve heard all about you guys, ’ and he said all these wonderful things about us. It was so special.”

Besides the perk of thousands of fans showing up each night, The Harters are looking just as much forward to working with Alan’s crew again. “One thing that was awesome was to have his sound crew running our show each night, ” Michael says. “It is so important to have good sound onstage so you can hear yourself.”

“Especially with three-part harmony singers, ” Scott adds. “It makes all the difference in the world for us.”

Former ‘Nashville Star‘ contestant, George Canyon, will also be joining Alan and The Harters on the mini-tour. Tickets for the six scheduled dates are on sale now.

The Harter’s latest single, ‘If I Run, ’ is at radio now.
Alan Jackson with The Harters and George Canyon Dates:

February 1 – Sudbury, Ontario’s Sudbury Arena

February 2 – Oshawa, Ontario’s General Motors Centre

February 3 – Kingston, Ontario’s K-Rock Centre

March 29 – Calgary, Alberta’s Scotiabank Saddledome

March 30 – Edmonton, Alberta’s Rexall Place

March 31 – Dawson Creek, British Columbia’s EnCana Event Centre

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Alan Jackson

2008-08-04 15:07:17 by Little-man-?

I go back now and the stores are all empty
Except for an old coke sign from 1950
Boarded up like they never existed
Or renovated and called historic districts
There goes the little man
There goes the little man
Now the court square's just a set of streets
That the people go round but they seldom think
Bout the little man that built this town
Before the big money shut em down
And killed the little man
Oh the little man

He didn't write it.

2003-05-02 08:39:25 by doesitmatter

This song:
(Mark D. Sanders/Tim Nichols/Tia Sillars)
Where were you: Alan Jackson.
He probably didn't have much say in it either. Record company execs decide what goes on a lot of these albums. They evidently thought people could indentify* and as such they could sell it. Jackson is just a conduit.
*there are a lot of ways to interpert these lyrics as well. It is completely open ended.
At least that is my perception.

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