Alan Jackson announces new album “Where Have Your Gone” due out in May


Country music superstar Alan Jackson announced that his 16th studio album, Where Have You Gone will drop on May 14. The album, Jackson’s first in six years, will include 21 songs, 15 of which were written by Jackson. Jackson’s longtime producer Keith Stegall collaborated with Jackson on the project.

Among the tracks on the album are the personal songs “You’ll Always Be My Baby” and “I Do”, which were written for his daughters’ weddings. He also wrote “Where Her Heart Has Always Been” for his mother’s funeral. The song includes a recording of her reading from the Bible.

You can pre-order/per-save “Where Have You Gone” at the link – here.


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Source: New Country 93

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