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As time goes by, there are voices that remain timeless.

And within country music, one of those voices is the incomparable Alan Jackson.

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And as the world seems to get crazier by the minute, it’s those voices that can remind us what truly matters in this crazy thing we call life.

Alan Jackson’s rendition of the amazing hymn “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” remains one of those timeless performances that country music fans continue to find comfort in. With just a guitar in his hands and his iconic cowboy hat on his head, Alan turns out a beautiful version of the inspirational message.

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It’s a song and a faith that Alan has never hid from his fans. In fact, his personal faith shines through often within his professional life and especially when he is out on tour. Alan is currently on his “Keepin’ It Country Tour,” in which he continues to delight countless audiences with signature songs such as “Chattahoochee,” “Drive,” “Gone Country,” “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” and the poignant “Remember When.” The 2016 tour will conclude for the year on Friday, Nov. 4 in Lincoln, Nebraska and Saturday, Nov. 5 in Fargo, North Dakota.

Alan also has released new music courtesy of his collaboration with Chris Young on his Christmas album, “It Must Be Christmas.” Alan is featured on the album alongside musical icons Brad Paisley and Boyz II Men.

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