MURDER AGAIN FOR STRAIT & JACKSON

The collaboration between George Strait and Alan Jackson on the song "Murder On Music Row" for Strait's "Latest Greatest Straitest Hits" album was a rousing success. Fans of both country superstars couldn't get enough of the tune. Now fans will have another chance to hear the country crooners combine their talents again on a new Alan Jackson song.

At a press conference held July 12, Jackson revealed that he and Strait will be working together again on a new song he's written.

"I can't say it's totally right yet, [because] I haven't played it for him. But he's committed to do a song with me," said Jackson.

Alan also spoke about rumors that he'll be releasing a bluegrass album soon.

"We were planning on doing it, but now we're going to do this regular album. I don't think we'll get to them both. Maybe we'll throw a couple of bluegrass tunes on there."

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