Alan Jackson performed at the annual Country Radio Seminar Thursday giving the convention goers a set filled with his biggest hits and his new single, "So You Don't Have to Love Me Anymore."  He recalled his early days at radio and performed bits of his early hits "Here in the Real World" and "Chattahoochee" during the show.  Alan also acknowledged all the hungover radio folks in the lunch-time crowd performing "Pop a Top," "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" and his George Strait duet "Designated Drinker."

During the set, Alan told the story of Zac Brown pitching him the hit song "Chicken Fried" before Zac cut it himself.  Alan passed on it since he already had the hit song "Where I Come From," which references cornbread and chicken.  Alan said of the decision, "That was probably stupid."  Of course, Alan went on to hit #1 with Zac Brown Band on the song "As She's Walking Away."

Beginning March 1st KORD Facebook Fans will have the chance to win a trip for two to Nashville to the CMA Music Festival June 8th - 10th!  This trip includes airfare, hotel, and tickets to see and meet Alan Jackson!  Get ready to sign up beginning March 1st.