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    Thu, 07 Apr 2011 12:54:26

    Alan Jackson Extends Deal With EMI - He signed with the publisher 10 years go

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    • Alan Jackson - NASHVILLE, TN - AUGUST 27: Alan Jackson (far right) speaks at the opening of his 'Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keepin' It Country' exhibit at the at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on August 27, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. Also pictured: Dani, Mattie, and Ali Jackson, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Kyle Young, and Denise Jackson.

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    Hit making country music superstar Alan Jackson and EMI Music Publishing, the world's leading publisher of popular music, have extended their relationship with a new global deal.

    Congrats to both parties on their continuation of this successful relationship.

    Jackson, who has sold nearly 60 million albums worldwide and topped the country singles charts 35 times, first signed with EMI Music Publishing more than ten years ago. The new co-publishing agreement will see EMI Music Publishing's network of global offices represent Jackson's classic catalog of songs including "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)," "Remember When," "Good Time," "Small Town Southern Man" and "Drive."

    "I write hurtin' songs, cheatin' songs, drinkin' songs, lovin' songs…and to me, those things are just a part of life and part of country music," says Alan Jackson in a statement. "The folks at EMI have been there with me for a good while, and I'm glad we're going to keep on working together." Oh, how we love those hurtin', cheatin', drinkin', lovin' songs, Alan!

    What is your favorite Alan Jackson jam?

    —Amy Sciarretto
    04.07.11




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