Alan Jackson is one of the most respected and successful singer-songwriters in country music, with sales of nearly 60 million albums worldwide. He's also been the recipient of 17 ACM Awards, 16 CMA Awards and two Grammys, and was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2011.
Thirty Miles West is Jackson's 14th studio album and its title and the track Dixie Highway, performed with the Zac Brown band, is inspired by a stretch of road that runs through Georgia near where he grew up.
The other brand-new tracks on the album also include So You Don't Have To Love Me Anymore, a song written by Alan's nephew Adam Wright. "It raised the hair on my arms when I heard the demo," Jackson said. "It's the kind of song that made me want to be in country music. I'm such a big fan of that kind of song. Sad songs, break-up songs and heartache songs ..."
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