So Alan Jackson took time out of his busy schedule to make this exclusive playlist for Rhapsody. The country megastar, who just released his 14th studio album (the excellent Thirty Miles West), knows a thing or two about drinking songs: Who could forget 2003's ubiquitous inebriation anthem "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," which introduced both Jackson and duet partner Jimmy Buffett to a whole new audience? His picks here include classics from Hank Jr., Loretta Lynn and Jim Ed Brown, whose "Pop a Top" Jackson himself took to the upper reaches of the country charts in 1999. We also included a few of his own drinking songs, because let's face it: They're too good to be ignored. Bottoms up.
Alan Jackson's Favorite Drinking Songs
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