With a year of sold-out shows and packed houses in the rearview mirror, newly-minted Country Music Hall of Famer Alan Jackson’s Honky Tonk Highway Tour adds more miles and rolls into 2018 with a stop at The Wharf Amphitheatre in Orange Beach.
The country music icon will perform with Randy Houser on Saturday, June 23, 2018.
Alan Jackson’s 2018 “Honky Tonk Highway Tour”
Thursday, February 8 – Independence, MO (Silverstein Eye Centers Arena)
Friday, February 9 – Indianapolis, IN (Bankers Life Fieldhouse)
Thursday, February 15 – San Antonio, TX (San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo)
Friday, February 16 – Grand Prairie, TX (Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie)
Friday, March 23 – Toledo, OH (Huntington Center)
Saturday, May 24 – Pittsburgh, PA (Venue TBD)
Friday, April 27 – Baltimore, MD (Royal Farms Arena)
Saturday, April 28 – Albany, NY (Times Union Center)
Friday, May 4 – Tuscaloosa, AL (Tuscaloosa Amphitheatre)
Saturday, June 23 – Orange Beach, FL (The Wharf)
Friday, July 27 – Central Point, OR (Country Crossing Music Festival)
Saturday, July 28 – Mountain Home, ID (Mountain Home Country Music Festival)
Thursday, August 16 – Vienna, VA (Wolf Trap)
Friday, August 17 – Gilford, NH (Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion)
Saturday, September 15 – Charlotte, NC (Spectrum Center)
Alan Jackson will be performing with LOCASH, Josh Turner, Tyler Farr, Easton Corbin and Rodney Atkins at the Suwannee River Jam at Live Oak, Fla May 3-5. Perdido Key Live has two tickets to the festival to give away in a contest later this month.
About Alan Jackson:
Inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum-2017
As a songwriter, recording artist, and performer, Alan Jackson brought tradition-drenched country music into the new century.
A member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Jackson has sold more than sixty million albums and notched twenty-six Billboard #1 country singles. His often-autobiographical songs are marked by humility, humor, and eloquent simplicity. He is a three-time CMA Entertainer of the Year, and his plainspoken “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” won a Best Country Song Grammy.
Jackson revived songs recorded by Country Music Hall of Fame members Tom T. Hall, George Jones, and Don Williams, and he wrote gems including “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow,” “Drive (For Daddy Gene),” “Livin’ on Love,” and “Remember When,” all of which mined personal experience in communicating communal truth. In a recording career that began in 1989, he has lived by a simple edict: “Keep it country.”
About Randy Houser:
Shawn Randolph “Randy” Houser (born in Lake, Mississippi) . Signed to the Universal South Records label in 2008, he charted the single “Anything Goes” that year. This song, a Top 20 hit on the Billboard country singles charts, is the title track to his debut album Anything Goes, which has also produced his first Top 10 hit in “Boots On”. Houser also co-wrote the singles “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” for Trace Adkins, “Back That Thing Up” for Justin Moore and “My Cowboy” for country-pop artist Jessie James.