Yes, Alan Jackson Was Wearing a Jacket That Looked Like His Jacket from the “Chattahoochee” Single Cover During the CMA Awards

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Throughout his career that has spanned almost 30 years and touted almost 60 million albums sold, Alan Jackson has seen his fair share of wardrobe changes, but he’s always remained true to a few things– his cowboy hat, mustache and now, that tan suede jacket that graced the single artwork for his hit song, “Chattahooche.”

Jackson performance during the 51st Annual CMA Awards was a nod to his recent induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame and the jacket he wore was very, very similar to the one he wore in 1993.

“Chattahoochee” also received CMA awards for Single of the Year and Song of the Year.

The only thing that could’ve made his outfit better was if he actually would’ve worn just a life jacket and ripped up jeans onto the stage.

Maybe next time?