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Alan Jackson

ROBERT HAM
7:30 pm., Wednesday August 07 | $35-$199.
Sleep Country Amphitheater
17200 NE Delfel Road, Ridgefield, Wash.
 
[SOUTHERN MAN] Modern country music thrives on the tension between achieving crossover pop success and staying true to its back-porch, honky-tonk roots. Combine the two methodologies, as Alan Jackson has done for the better part of his career, and you’re a superstar. These days, Jackson is busy exploring country’s roots with the upcoming Bluegrass Album, a disc of all-acoustic stompers featuring renditions of classics like “Blue Moon of Kentucky” along with originals. Live, though, the 54-year-old sticks to his best-known material, performed with the “aw shucks” humility of a true Southern gentleman. 

Where: Sleep Country Amphitheater
Phone: 360-816-7000
Address: 17200 NE Delfel Road, Ridgefield, Wash.

 
 

Sleep Country Amphitheater

17200 NE Delfel Road, Ridgefield, Wash.
 
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