Alan Jackson’s New Exhibit Lets Fans “Remember When”
 Alan Jackson, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Carolyn Tate, and Denise Jackson browse the new 'Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin' It Country.' (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)


Alan Jackson, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Carolyn Tate, and Denise Jackson browse the new ‘Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin’ It Country’ exhibit. (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

After 25 years in the music business, Alan Jackson has accumulated a bunch of stuff — industry awards, platinum plaques, stage clothes, handwritten letters from famous admirers and much more.

To share the milestone anniversary with longtime fans, he partnered with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville to put the memorabilia on display. That includes everything from his childhood tricycle to the water ski he used in the “Chattahoochee” video.

“The house was so full, it was getting to be embarrassing,” Jackson admitted at the exhibit’s opening night. “It’s good to get a lot of this stuff out of the house, and it looks a lot better here.”

Titled Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin’ It Country, the exhibit will be on display through March 15, 2015. Taking a cue from Jackson’s sentimental side, it’s only fitting to feature one of his classic videos here. Enjoy the 2004 romantic favorite, “Remember When.”

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