Alan Jackson’s Nashville Bluegrass Show Will Air on the Radio

Fans have three ways to listen to Alan’s Aug. 27 show.

Alan Jackson is set to play an historic show at one of Nashville's most respected venues, The Station Inn, on Aug. 27 at 9:30 p.m. It promises to be a huge draw at the relatively small club, and tickets will likely be snapped up in a hurry. But even if you can't get tickets, you can still hear Alan's intimate show.

The concert will be broadcast on Nashville radio station WSM AM, streamed on wsmonline.com and available through the WSM mobile app.

Alan's show will feature the players from his upcoming record, The Bluegrass Album, which is set for release Sept. 24. Alan wrote eight of the 14 tunes on the album, which showcases Alan's love for bluegrass music.

Tickets for the show are $25 and may be reserved in person at The Station Inn beginning Aug. 26, the day before the show.

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