Alan Jackson's official music video for 'Chasin' That Neon Rainbow'. Click to listen to Alan Jackson on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/AJacksonSpot?IQid=AlanJsCNR As featured on 34 Number Ones. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/AJackson34iTunes?IQid=AlanJsCNR Google Play: http://smarturl.it/AJacksonSNRPlay?IQid=AlanJsCNR Amazon: http://smarturl.it/AJackson34Amz?IQid=AlanJsCNR More from Alan Jackson Remember When: https://youtu.be/TTA2buWlNyM Chattahoochee: https://youtu.be/JW5UEW2kYvc Country Boy: https://youtu.be/JnX2BoZE9w4 More great country anthem videos here: http://smarturl.it/CountryAnthems?IQid=AlanJsCNR Follow Alan Jackson Website: http://www.alanjackson.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialAlanJackson Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialJackson Subscribe to Alan Jackson on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/AJacksonSub?IQid=AlanJsCNR --------- Lyrics: Daddy won a radio He tuned it to a country show I was rocking in the cradle to the crying of a steel guitar Mama used to sing to me She taught me that sweet harmony Now she worries cause she never thought I'd really ever take it this far Singin' in the bars And chasin' that neon rainbow Livin' that honky tonk dream Cause all I've ever wanted Is to pick this guitar and sing It's time to be somebody Just wanna be heard and sing I'm chasin' that neon rainbow Livin' that honky tonk dream #AlanJackson #ChasinThatNeonRainbow #Vevo #Country #VevoOfficial
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Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Chasin' That Neon Rainbow · Alan Jackson 16 Biggest Hits ℗ 1990 Arista Records LLC Background Vocal, Producer: Keith Stegall Composer, Lyricist: Jim McBride Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer: Scott Hendricks Recording Engineer: Chris Hammond Drums: Eddie Bayers Bass Guitar: Roy Huskey, Jr. Recording Engineer: Gary Paczosa Bass Guitar: Larry Paxton Bass Guitar: Dave Pomeroy Recording Engineer: J.B. Paczosa Electric Guitar: Steve Gibson Electric Guitar: Brent Mason Mastering Engineer: Hank Williams Acoustic Guitar: Jimmy Capps Acoustic Guitar: Bruce Watkins Steel Guitar: Paul Franklin Steel Guitar: Weldon Myrick Piano: Hargus "Pig" Robbins Fiddle: Rob Hajacos Bass: Harold Bradley Background Vocal: Denny Henson Auto-generated by YouTube.
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Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Chasin' That Neon Rainbow · Alan Jackson / 亞倫傑克森 Here In The Real World ℗ 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 1990-02-27 Associated Performer, Background Vocal, Composer, Lyricist: Alan Jackson / 亞倫傑克森 Composer, Lyricist: Jim McBride Drums: Eddie Bayers Bass Guitar: Roy Huskey, Jr. Bass Guitar: Larry Paxton Bass Guitar: Dave Pomeroy Electric Guitar: Steve Gibson Electric Guitar: Brent Mason Acoustic Guitar: Jimmy Capps Acoustic Guitar: Bruce Watkins Steel Guitar: Paul Franklin Steel Guitar: Weldon Myrick Piano: Hargus "Pig" Robbins Fiddle: Rob Hajacos Bass: Harold Bradley Background Vocal: Denny Henson Background Vocal, Producer: Keith Stegall Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer: Scott Hendricks Recording Engineer: Chris Hammond Recording Engineer: Gary Paczosa Recording Engineer: J.B. Paczosa Mastering Engineer: Hank Williams Auto-generated by YouTube.
Through the '80s and '90s, Alan Jackson quietly worked to become one of the most popular modern honky tonkers of his era. Born in Newnan, Georgia, as a youth he sang gospel music in church and at home. As a teen, he sang at parties and choirs in a country duo. Jackson left school to sell cars and later work in construction; At the age of 20, he only gradually began to perform music professionally, first by sitting in with other musicians and then by starting his own band, Dixie Steel, with whom he played the local club circuit. Still, music was just a hobby for Jackson -- he wrote songs only in his spare time. His wife Denise, a flight attendant, played a major part in setting Jackson down the road to Nashville. Around 1985, she encountered Glen Campbell in an airport and asked the singer for some advice for husband. Campbell gave her the address and phone number of his publishing company. Jackson decided to sell his home and move to Nashville, bringing along a demo tape of some of his songs. Campbell's company was impressed by Jackson's singing ability, but suggested he hone his songwriting a bit. To support himself and his family, Jackson took odd jobs, including working in the mailroom of the Nashville Network and doing some session and demo work. The following year, he joined the staff of Glen Campbell Music. When not writing, he performed in local clubs. After a while, he recorded a new demo tape with fellow songwriter Keith Stegall. The tape caught the attention of Arista Records, which was in the process of setting up a Nashville division, and he became the first artist on the label. Jackson released his debut album, Here in the Real World, in 1990; a year later it went platinum. It produced three chart toppers including "I'd Love You All Over Again" and "Someday." 1991 was even better: his second album Don't Rock the Jukebox went double-platinum within its first year of release. That same year, he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. In the fall of 1992, he released A Lot About Livin' (And a Little About Love), his most successful release to date, spawning no less than five Top Five singles, including the number ones "Love's Got a Hold On You," "She's Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues)," and "Chattahoochee." Jackson released a holiday album, Honky Tonk Christmas, in 1993. The following year, he delivered his follow-up to A Lot About Livin', Who I Am, which went double platinum within a year of its release. Who I Am spawned the number one hit singles "Summertime Blues," "Gone Country," "Livin' on Love," and "I Don't Even Know Your Name." In 1995, Jackson released The Greatest Hits Collection, which went triple platinum within a year of its release. Everything I Love surfaced in 1996, followed two years later by High Mileage, which launched the hit "Little Man." He resurfaced in 1999 with Under the Influence. When Somebody Loves You was issued a year later. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index Read more at http://www.artistdirect.com/artist/bio/alan-jackson/447981#zq4VDrA3PaClh6LB.99
My all time favorite from Brooks and Dunn. I have never seen any form of an original video of this song. So I had to post this with the original recording.
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Chasin' That Neon Rainbow · Alan Jackson 34 Number Ones ℗ 2010 Sony Music Entertainment Fiddle: Rob Hajacos Drums: Eddie Bayers, Jr. Bass: Harold Bradley Electric Guitar: Brent Mason Piano: Hargus "Pig" Robbins Steel Guitar: Weldon Myrick Guitar: Jimmy Capps Background Vocal: Denny Henson Bass: Larry Paxton Co- Producer: Keith Stegall Co- Producer: Scott Hendricks Composer, Lyricist: Jim McBride Auto-generated by YouTube.
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