Alan Jackson to Release Super-Hits Album

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You know you’re a superstar when you can release an album called 34 Number Ones—and they’re all yours.

Such is the case with Alan Jackson, who releases the collection Nov. 23 as part of a celebration of 20 years in the biz. So you’ll get “Here in the Real World,” his first No. 1, along with “Where Were You,” “Gone Country,” “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” . . . You get the idea.

New stuff includes a new single, “As She’s Walking Away,” which A.J. did with the Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year-nominated Zac Brown Band.

There’s also Alan’s cover of Johnny Cash classic “Ring of Fire” and a song called “Look at Me,” which Alan did for a Billy Graham biopic a couple of years ago.

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