Entertainment Alan Jackson & Jon Pardi Fly Through ACM Flashback Performance of 'Chattahoochee': Watch

04:35  16 april  2018
04:35  16 april  2018 Source:   billboard.com

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Toby keith and blake shelton, alan jackson and jon pardi , and reba mcentire and kelly clarkson to perform “ Acm flashbacks ” honoring classic country hits from 1993.

Watch . Alan Jackson will be joined by Jon Pardi to perform Jackson 's ACM Award-winning hit " Chattahoochee ." For the very first time, the #ACMawards will debut " ACM Flashbacks ", honoring country hits from 1993!

a man wearing a helmet posing for the camera: Alan Jackson © Rick Diamond/Getty Images Alan Jackson

A tried-and-true country standard got a modern tune-up thanks to Alan Jackson and Jon Pardi, who teamed up to perform Jackson's "Chattahoochee" at the 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards.

Sporting matching white Stetsons and acoustic guitars, the 17-time ACM Award winner and the 2018 album of the year nominee sang through the 1993 hit, which peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.

The performance served as the first "flashback" of the night, as this year's ceremony will highlight popular country tracks from 1993 over the course of the evening.

A solid 25 years after its debut, the single still resonates with country fans. Just ask Luke Bryan and Little Big Town, as they were caught on camera mouthing every word in the audience at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Watch Jackson and Pardi's performance of "Chattahoochee" below.


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