GAC Album Review: Alan Jackson’s Thirty Miles West

Alan Jackson is consistent. Over the years, each new album cranks up like the truck you’ve had forever and trust to get you through it all. After parting ways with longtime label Arista Nashville in early 2011 (loooong time label, as in AJ was actually their first artist signed in 1989), Alan issues his debut [...] Read More

GAC’s Top 20 Tailgating Songs

Saturday night on GAC, Keith Anderson and JT Hodges counted down the Top 20 Tailgating Songs, chosen by YOU, the fans! While taping the show, Keith and JT traveled to ”tailgating central,” a.k.a. a stop on Kenny Chesney‘s Goin’ Coastal Tour. If you missed the premiere, click HERE for additional airtimes. Here are the fan-voted Top 20 Tailgating Songs: 20 [...] Read More

GAC’s Top 20 Summer Party Videos

You might say the hottest summer videos are “B”-rated: Beer, Bikinis and Boats. Sure, Kenny Chesney and Alan Jackson have nearly cornered the market, but we wanted to share the summer love so we dug a little deeper into the sand and came up with this list. In no particular order, here are the Top [...] Read More

Alan Jackson Showcases New Album

When Alan Jackson reeled off bits and pieces of a bunch of his hits in a medley on the American Country Awards, he ended up providing a sort of mini-commercial for his latest album. Alan was given the inaugural ACAs’ Greatest Hits Award for his body of work, and it dovetailed with the November release of 34 Number Ones, which debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Country Albums chart. Alan’s awards medley included some of the most memorable hooks of the last 20 years — “Don’t Rock The Jukebox,” “Remember When,” “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere,” “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow,” “Drive (For Daddy Gene),” “Chattahoochee” and “Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning).” There are plenty more songs on 34 Number Ones that country music newcomers might not know, or that longtime fans might have forgotten. “There Goes,” “Dallas,” “Tonight I Climbed The Wall” and “Right On The Money” were all No. 1 singles at some point in time but don’t get the attention anymore that some of Alan’s other titles do. As it turns out, Alan’s challenged by a few of them, too. Read More

Taylor Swift Inducted Into International Bowling Hall of Fame?

Taylor Swift is best known for her songwriting and her singing, but that’s not what has propelled her into a hall of fame. Taylor has been added to the International Bowling Hall of Fame in a popularity vote that had her competing against pop singer Justin Bieber, sports star Dwight Howard and comedian Bill Murray, among others. Jim “Moose” Brown, a songwriter known for “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere,” is also getting a place in the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame, and Buck Owens has been permanently installed in a sidewalk hall, the Bakersfield Walk of Stars. Here’s a hall of fame update: Read More