When Alan Jackson sings “America the Beautiful,” it makes people cry patriotic tears. Alan Jackson is one of the biggest names in country music. In a great way to honor our country, he lends his amazing voice to the classic song “America the Beautiful.”

At first, only guitar and piano are playing as the song starts. Alan’s cowboy hat, red-collared shirt, jeans, and boots are his trademarks. The first words of the first verse are spoken with reverence.

There is one fiddle, three guitars, and two pianos in the show. Red and blue lights flash on the stage, and American flags hang in the background. Alan is sitting on a bench and singing very loudly.

When he sings, “Your alabaster cities shine,” a city and a village with a lake appear on the screen. It also has pictures of the sky, rivers, waterfalls, and other natural things.

Alan closes his eyes and puts his hand over his heart as he sings the last line of “And crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea.”

Kathryn Lee Bates wrote “America the Beautiful,” which was originally going to be called “Pikes Peak.” It came out in the church magazine on July 4, 1895. Samuel A. Ward wrote the music for the song, and in 1910, the whole song was played for the first time. Bates and Ward never even met.

Alan Jackson is known for songs like “Chattahoochie” and “Remember When,” but his soulful version of the song honoring America is one of his best. Alan’s voice has never sounded so good on a song, and the band makes this a version that you’ll never forget.