Alan singing "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)", a song dedicated to 9/11.
Alan singing "Remember When", a song dedicated to his wife Denise.
Opening Act LeAnn Womack whose signature song is "I Hope You Dance".
Entrance of the HP Pavilion, aka the "Shark Tank", the home base for the San Jose Sharks hocky team.
People lining up at Alan's souvenir stand.
Alan's t-shirt display on the wall.
Food concession stand at HP Pavilion.
"My favorite singer is Alan Jackson. Hubby and I have been following his career since 1991; we buy all his albums and go to all his concerts when we can. Since 1991, we have gone to at least 15 of his concerts and enjoyed every single one of them.
Alan was in San Jose on August 14. Needless to say, we had tickets in hand months prior to the concert. We got row#15 on the concert floor in front of the stage; better than most seats in the huge HP Pavilion.
Opening act was LeAnn Womack who has many charted singles, of which the most well-known one is "I hope you dance". She has a very clean and clear voice, was many times being compared to Dolly Parton's.
Alan's tour is named "Good Time Tour" to promote his new album "Good Time". We certainly had a good time; even more than a good time, we had a great time.
I noticed that the shirt he wore in that party was the same one as in the concert. Alan must've flown from the party in Nashville to San Jose directly."