The music video for the song premiered on May 2, on CMT, and was directed by Julien Templeand begins in black and whitewhere Jackson described about the song, and then, it cuts to Jackson playing his guitar and singing the song while standing in front of a jukebox.
As he does this, a Alan Jackson Dont Rock The Jukebox figure in the shadows nods his head and taps the table to the beat. Several people come Alan Jackson Dont Rock The Jukebox dance in front of Slowdive Souvlaki jukebox Alan Jackson Dont Rock The Jukebox the song, including Hal Smithreferencing or possibly reprising his role as Otis Campbell from The Andy Griffith Showwhile some people who come up to the jukebox shake it around angrily, thus prompting Jackson to sing the title line of the song.
At the end of the video, the seated figure morphs into George Joneswho is mentioned in the song's lyrics several times. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Alan Jackson. Arista Records. Retrieved Library and Archives Canada.
That's more Keith Stegall 's fault than Jackson 's, as Truth The End is no doubt by his having written or co-written all but one song here that he's the real thing. The truth of the matter is that Jackson 's mettle comes in the ballads, like the criminally overlooked "That's All I Need to Know," or in the story-songs like "Dallas.
But hits aside, Don't Rock the Jukebox is solid as a new traditionalist record, meaning that it's a country record with ever-present pedal steel for every synth or glossy fiddle. Jackson 's voice is in the groove, down there with Jones and Haggardtougher than Travisleaner than Straitand almost as hillbilly as Yoakam.
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