Alan Jackson keeps things simple on his new studio album, which he aptly titled "What I Do." Due this week via Arista Nashville, the set is led by the single "Too Much of a Good Thing," which is No. 9 in its 12th week on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
The country star once again teamed with longtime producer Keith Stegall to record the album, on which Jackson wrote six tracks, including the single. He also co-wrote another with Don Sampson, who composed such past Jackson favorites as "Midnight in Montgomery" and "Working Class Hero," both of which appeared on the artist's sophomore album, 1991's "Don't Rock the Jukebox."
Stegall also contributes a song, "There Ya Go," co-written with Dan Hill. Other writers Jackson taps here include Erin Enderlin and Brent Baxter, Adam Wright, Shawn Camp and Billy Burnette, Tim Johnson and Dennis Linde.
Jackson will be on the road through November, with support from Martina McBride.
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