What Is The Greatest Alan Jackson Music Video Of All Time?

It’s no secret that we’re BIG Chattahoochee fans here at Whiskey Riff.

And don’t even get me started on that glorious music video… Alan Jackson water skiing in jeans? It’s an absolute masterpiece.

But it’s not the best Alan Jackson video of all time….

If you’ve seen the movie Perfect, and even if you haven’t, you’re probably familiar with the overly flirtatious, hysterically bizarre, hyper-erotic aerobics scene when John Travolta’s character takes a class with instructor Jamie Lee Curtis.

So what does “Chattahoochee” have to do with this God-awful romantic drama from 1985?

Nothing really… until now.

Let me present to you… the greatest Alan Jackson video of all time:

Waylon Jennings Once Asked Alan Jackson: “What The Hell Is A Chattahoochee?”

Ol’ Waylon…

You can always count on Waylon Jennings to tell is like it is, so when “Chattahoochee” hit country radio, he couldn’t help but ask Alan Jackson… what the hell is a “Chattahoochee?”

“I think Waylon said one time, Waylon Jennings, ‘what the hell is a Chattahoochee?'”

To be fair, unless you grew up near the Alabama/Georgia line, you’d probably have no idea as well. For those of you that don’t know, it’s actually a river that runs across northern Georgia, along the Georgia/Alabama border, and down into Florida.

And as it turns out, Alan was hesitant to release it as a single for the same reason.

“That’s why it was surprising to me when they decided to put ‘Chattahoochee’ out, I was reluctant because I said, ‘nobody is gonna know what that is.”

But according to Alan Jackson, Chattahoochee isn’t just a river, it’s a state of mind.

“The regular working people, the professional people, just trying to do the same things… make a living, raise a family, enjoy life… I learned that there’s a Chattahoochee everywhere.”

AKA, Chattahoochee isn’t just a river or a song… it’s a lifestyle.


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A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock