JOHN RAITT - INSCRIBED ORIGINAL ART SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ALAN JACKSON - HFSID 298476
JOHN RAITT and ALAN JACKSON Original portrait of Jackson, drawn by John Raitt, signed by both! Original Art inscribed and signed: "To/John/Yeehaw!/Alan Jackson", 5x8. Pencil drawing also signed by the artist "Raitt". Singer/songwriter Alan Jackson (b.
Sale Price $216.00
JOHN RAITT and ALAN JACKSON
Original portrait of Jackson, drawn by John Raitt, signed by both!
Original Art inscribed and signed: "To/John/Yeehaw!/Alan Jackson", 5x8. Pencil drawing also signed by the artist "Raitt". Singer/songwriter Alan Jackson (b. 1958) was the second most popular male country singer of the 1990s (after Garth Brooks). In 1989, Jackson, who was the first artist signed to Arista's new country division, released his debut album, Here in the Real World, in 1990. The album went platinum and produced four Top 5 hits, including the title track, "I'd Love You All Over Again" (his first No. 1 song), "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow" and "Wanted". His next album, Don't Rock the Jukebox (1991), was equally successful, bringing Jackson four more No. 1 hits (the title track, "Someday", "Dallas" and "Love's Got a Hold on You") and a Top 5 hit, "Midnight to Montgomery", that became one of his signature songs. In the first 12 years of his career, Jackson would have 20 No. 1 singles, 20 additional Top 10 hits and seven No. 1 country albums. In 2001, he had an enormous cross-over hit with "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)", rush-released after an awards show premier, which topped the country charts and became his first single on the pop Top 30. Jackson has also written a number of songs for other country stars, including Randy Travis, and teamed up with George Strait on the duet, "Murder on Music Row". While in college in the 1930s, JOHN RAITT began drawing portraits of famous people. He sent his artwork to each subject with a request that it be autographed and returned to him. Two horizontal folds. Otherwise, fine condition.
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