ALAN JACKSON HAS NEW "WORLD" RECORD

Alan Jackson has spent some time on the Billboard charts in the #1 position. His 1993 hit "Chattahoochee" spent four weeks there and was his longest-running single at #1.

Until now, that is.

His newest single "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning), has already surpassed his old record, so far spending five weeks at the #1 spot on both Billboard and Radio & Records charts.

Some more interesting Alan Jackson statistics: "World" is the 21st #1 written by Jackson, and his 28th career #1.

Alan Jackson's newest album, "Drive" was released in stores yesterday, but if you want to check it out first, you can log on to America Online and enter Keyword: Alan Jackson.

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