Alan Jackson Steps Up to Help the Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund

Alan Jackson Steps Up to Help the Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund

Alan Jackson has launched a five-day initiative to aid the Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund. Beginning today (Aug. 31) and running through Sept. 4, Alan’s downtown Nashville honky-tonk and restaurant, AJ’s Good Time Bar, will donate $1 for every item sold to the Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund administered through The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

“I’ve toured a lot over the years in east Texas, played the Houston Rodeo 23 times and I hate to see what’s happening down there,” says Alan. “It’s tough to watch. I can’t imagine what my fans and all the people of Texas are goin’ through. I hope this allows folks in Nashville to feel like they can do a little something to help.”

The four-level building on Nashville’s Lower Broadway boasts more than 6,000-square-feet of good timin’ fun, including a honky-tonk on the first floor, a man cave on the second floor, a fishing-themed third level (the bar is a replica of AJ’s Hullbilly boat from his “5 O’clock Somewhere” video) and a rooftop bar. The venue also sports wall-to-wall memorabilia from throughout Alan’s career, televisions for watching the big games, stages for live performances and a karaoke bar.

photo courtesy of Shore Fire

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