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Alan Jackson Precious Memories Torrent
Jackson is also a Christian. According to the singer, “Everything has a reason in my life, which is God’s plan for my life… My home is just a constant prayer every day – I pray every day all morning, pray about the things I’ve got coming in, and pray about the things I’ve got to do tomorrow… Open up my Bible every day and read it. It’s important for me to figure out what God wants me to do and how to carry on. That’s the biggest part of life for me. He’s given me so much – a wonderful wife, a great family, a love of music.” 
Along with his hits, Alan Jackson has released several music videos which have received domestic as well as international airplay. The first video for “It’s About Time” came out in 1991 and went platinum immediately after its release, and it was followed by more hits, including Alan’s first video for “You and Summertime.” The video for Jackson’s 1992 hit “He Wasn’t No Fairy” is perhaps his most famous, featuring a number of comedians who were comic illusionists at the time, including Chuck McCann and Edie Adams. The video for “When Somebody Knows” was released the following year, and also featured some of these same comedians. In 1997, he filmed four videos for his album Back Where I Come From, including “Love’s a Wonderful Thing” and “White Liar”. His first video from True Believers, “Looking for Freedom” was released in 2000. Jackson has also filmed four videos for his albums New Light (2002) and Some Kind of Baby (2004). He filmed one video for the 2005 album Country Club. Jackson also made a cameo appearance in the music video for Staind’s “The Road Not Taken (Deep in the Mountains)” in 2005. In 2007, he filmed three videos for the album Wonderful Tonight, including “All I Do” and “What If Heaven (was a Movie).” His thirteenth album, titled Why Not? was released in August 2008, with one video for it being the upbeat “String Beans.” For Jackson’s eighteenth album, This Journey’s for You, he filmed four videos for the songs “Trouble in Savannah,” “He Wasn’t No Fairy,” “Kinfolks” and “Roll On, Oklahoma.