How is Alan Jackson? Latest health updates

COUNTRY music icon Alan Jackson recently received the Country Music Association’s Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award.

Though his performance was marred by an illness he’s battled with for over 10 years, the 64-year-old still gathered enough energy to sing at the CMA Awards on November 9, 2022.

Alan Jackson at the 56th Annual CMA Awards


Alan Jackson at the 56th Annual CMA AwardsPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

How is Alan Jackson?

Alan Jackson is “still living that honky-tonk dream,” according to a video he shared via Facebook on Nov. 18, 2022.

“All the wonderful fans I’ve had around the world. Appreciate everyone,” the country star tells viewers.

“Radio and all those parts of country music that have been so good for me over the years. I was definitely living the American dream.”

The post was shared shortly after baseless rumors about Jackson’s death were trending on Twitter.

Country singer Alan Jackson, 62, has an incurable neurological disorder
The 64-year-old country music icon is breaking her silence after a bizarre rumor about his death spread

The music legend has been suffering from a terminal neurological condition for years, but has officially ended speculation about his well-being after his lively performance at the CMA Awards in November.

“Country music has really served me well,” Jackson said onstage after accepting his Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award. “I fell in love with her when I was a young man.”

After his speech, he took the stage to sing “Don’t Rock the Jukebox” – one of his most iconic tracks.

What did Alan Jackson say about his health struggle?

Jackson has battled Charcot-Marie Tooth disease for over a decade, but the 64-year-old didn’t go public with his diagnosis until September 2021.

Timeline of Alan Jackson’s fight with Charcot-Marie-Tooth:

  • September 2021: Interview with Today Show’s Jenna Bush Hager, in which he revealed that he has been battling a hereditary neurological disorder that causes progressive loss of muscle tissue and loss of feeling in his arms and legs.
  • March 2022: Jackson announced his Last Call Tour, which ran from June to October. “I’ve always admired my heroes like George Jones, Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn and Charley Pride, who just played as much as they wanted while they could,” Jackson wrote in a statement. “I’ve always thought I’d like to do this, and I’d love to do it as long as my health allows. I’ll try to do as much as I can, but if I come your way, come to me. “
  • October 2022: Jackson postponed his last two shows of his Last Call: One More For The Road Tour due to health issues affecting his balance. “I was hoping to be there; I hate disappointing my fans,” Jackson wrote on his official website. “I tried as much as I could to play that show at the time.”
  • November 2022: Jackson received the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award at the CMA Awards where he thanked his wife Denise for always being there for him. “We started as teenagers and she’s been on this rollercoaster ride with me for about 40 years now,” he said in his speech. “I’m not always the easiest person to love, but she’s persevered and helped me through tough times and we share great times.” The good and the bad, the happy and the sad. We survived a lot.”
Alan Jackson performed onstage at the 56th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville, Tennessee on November 9, 2022


Alan Jackson performed onstage at the 56th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville, Tennessee on November 9, 2022Photo credit: Getty Images

How many children does Alan Jackson have?

Jackson and his wife Denise tied the knot in 1979.

They have since welcomed three daughters: Mattie, Alexandra and Dani.

The country singer has a net worth of $150 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, and has over a hundred songs for his future grandchildren to listen to and enjoy. How is Alan Jackson? Latest health updates


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