June 11, 2012 – Alan Jackson: Love & Strength

In this exclusive CW interview, Alan Jackson talks openly about his wife Denise’s recent battle with cancer. Alan wrote a song about the experience, “When I Saw You Leaving,” which appears on his latest album, Thirty Miles West.

“I never even told her I’d written anything,” recalls Alan, noting that Denise cried when she first heard it. Alan also talks about the new album and his plans for the future. 

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