Alan Jackson

Since his debut album "Here In The Real World" in 1990, Alan Jackson has been on the road to success as one of the mainstays of pure country music. His recordings, no matter if slow ballads or driving uptempo tunes, contain all the ingredients of traditional country music, heavily relying on the fiddle and steel sounds that are so reminiscent of the classic country era. In 2003 he recorded the moving ballad "Remember When" which was graced by Lloyd Green's hauntingly beautiful playing, the follow-up release "Too Much Of A Good Thing" is now moving up the charts as well. These recordings mark Lloyd Green's widely acclaimed comeback to the recording scene in the Nashville studios.