Today officially marks the ninth anniversary of Alan Jackson receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk Walk of Fame. This country legend who is the reason we have the amazing tune "Where were You (When the World Stopped Turning) which he introduced on the CMA's in 2001. According to his bio on his official website he began recording his own songs in 1988 and released his debut album in 1990. You can still catch Alan on the road. His tour this year and so far the closest date to us is May 18th at the Giant Center in Hersey PA.


So two Alan Classics are up for your vote tonight, which one will you pick to hear at quittn' time?

Pop A Top - A true classic originally written and record in 1966 by Nat Stuckey it made it to the number 6 slot on the charts for Alan Jackson when he released it in October of 1999.

Little Bitty - Released in October of 1996 this song went to number one on the music charts by December and became Alan's 14th number one hit.

Each week night we put two songs up for your vote. One of these songs will be the one you hear on your car radio, smart speaker or smart phone with the Wolf Mobile App as you head out of work and towards after work fun. If you have a song you want us to put up for the spin-off let us know in the comments below or through the Wolf App’s text studio.

(some music facts credit to wikipedia)

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