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Alan Jackson Visits Cracker Barrel Old Country Store in Mt. Juliet, Tenn.

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Uploaded on Nov 2, 2009

On Monday, Nov. 2, 2009, country music megastar Alan Jackson met with fans and signed autographs at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store in Mt. Juliet, Tenn. to celebrate the nationwide launch of his exclusive Alan Jackson Collection. Available only at Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores, the collection includes 41 high-quality items inspired by Jackson's hometown family philosophy and includes menswear, womenswear, gift items and a new CD, "Songs of Love and Heartache."

"I grew up in the South, so Cracker Barrel has been a part of my family since I was a young man," Jackson said. "I was really flattered when they came to me with the idea of working together to create a collection for their country store, and I've been very impressed with the variety and quality of the items that we have put together. I think my fans and their families will appreciate everything in the collection."

At the centerpiece of The Alan Jackson Collection is the exclusive Alan Jackson Signature Rocker, a piece of fine quality furniture. Reflecting the earth tones that Alan favors, this solid hardwood rocker is made of Dutch Spruce logs harvested in Maine and hand-assembled in Tennessee. The Danish Walnut finish offers warmth to a rooms d├ęcor. Alans authentic signature is engraved in the headrest and each rocker is numbered as part of a limited edition of 1,700. Songs of Love and Heartache includes two previously unreleased songs, Thats What Id Be Like Without You, and Nothing Sure Looked Good On You, as well as 10 other songs, including such hits as Here in the Real World, Livin On Love, and Remember When.

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