Singer and composer Alan Jackson has recently been making news for his skill in fusing classic honky-tonk with mainstream country songs. The news that country star Alan Jackson had indeed passed away made for the biggest headline.
Alan Jackson revealed he had Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disorder a little over a year ago, as fans of this country musician and songwriter are aware. It turns out that the artist had the ailment for around ten years previous to disclosing it to the world. Sadly, there is no treatment for this hereditary condition. Alan added that his father, oldest sister, and grandmother all acquired the same illness.
Given that Alan Jackson has Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disorder, it is not unreasonable for his supporters to accept the story that he has passed away. Has he died yet? Is this a condition that might cause him to pass away too soon? Thankfully, Mattie Jackson Selecman, Alan’s daughter, has spoken on the rumors of her father’s passing.
Is Alan Jackson, a country music artist, dead?
Thankfully, Alan Jackson’s daughter debunked the myth that her dad had passed away. A recent video of the singer further demonstrated that he was still very much alive and still following “that honky tonk dream.” His daughter clarified that her father had always wished for everyone to share in his life.
Concerns are raised by fans for the country artist.
According to The Sun, Alan Jackson calmed fans’ fears even more recently than the death hoax when he performed a song with what fans thought to be quite an unsettling message. Many supporters expressed their concern about Alan on social media, writing that they hoped he was okay.
These are some of the song’s disturbing lyrics: “Tonight I climbed the wall and seized her by the hand. We’ve come too far and couldn’t bear to see it come to an end. So I scaled the wall tonight. The lack of color in the music video for the song gave listeners even more goosebumps.
Many fans hurried to the video’s comments section to express their concern and prayers for him. Others concurred that the music was wonderful but tragic. A couple more people said that while liked the music, they didn’t like the video. Alan Jackson is not dead, contrary to reports to the contrary, so supporters may rest easy.