Alan Jackson Declares ‘It’s Time for a Good Time’ With Signature Cowboy Look in Legendary New Pic

by Jonathan Howard

Before you know it the weekend is going to be here. Alan Jackson knows better than most how to have a good time. It appears he’s ready for Thursday to turn into Friday. Always one to snap a good photo, the country artist put up a great photo of himself on Twitter earlier today.

Over the year, Jackson has released so many great hits. A lot of those songs deal with everyday life, the good and the bad. One thing is for sure, he knows how to sing a good party song. Whether it’s five o’clock or spending time with a pyramid of beer cans in the moonlight, he knows how to have a good time.

So, his latest post on social media came with a great caption to remember one of those iconic songs.

There isn’t ever a time when Alan Jackson isn’t ready for a good time. The photo shows him sitting in a restaurant booth picking at his guitar. Behind him on the wall are photos of famous singers and celebrities of old. Just an old, honky-tonk looking place. Looking off to something on the other side of the table. It is a bit of a lonely photo, especially if it didn’t have the caption, “It’s time for a good time.” Maybe he isn’t alone in the photo, but just preparing for a show on a small stage.

This isn’t just a one-off. Jackson has been posting throwback pictures and other treats for fans in recent weeks. At his recent show in Oklahoma, he shared some great photos of the stage. One lucky young fan got a chance to snap a photo with the country legend at his first concert ever! That’s just a sample of the content fans can see on social media.

Alan Jackson Taking on 2021

After a year of musical hiatus across the industry, artists are eager to be back and playing live shows. The same goes for Alan Jackson who has hit the road yet again to entertain the masses. Across the country, there are many different shows to catch him playing at. With his new album Where Have You Gone, fans can expect new songs and lots of emotion from the tour.

On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Jackson has a show scheduled for Des Moines, Iowa. That show will take place at the Wells Fargo Arena. There aren’t many more dates to catch the country legend performing live. After a stop in Sioux Falls, South Dakota the show moves to the midwest of the country.

Two quick shows, one in Detroit, Michigan, and then in Green Bay, Wisconsin will close out the September slate. Those shows are on the 17th and 18th of this month. As of right now, the last show listed on the schedule is on October 8th in Nashville at Bridgestone Arena. Plan accordingly.