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Must-See: Alan Jackson Delivers Emotional Performance

Alan JACKSON - NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT 2021 | FabTV via YouTube

Following the terrorist attacks on the 11th of September, 2001, many people struggled to process what had happened, including country legend Alan Jackson.

Jackson ultimately expressed his feelings through a song named “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning).”

He first performed at the CMA Awards later in the year, before the song had even been recorded. (Trending: Megyn Kelly Reveals Medical Diagnosis After Getting Jab)

Jackson had expressed that he didn’t want to profit from the event, so he was hesitant to record it.

He would later decide to record the song, which is now recognized as one of the greatest country hits ever recorded.

20 years after the tragedy, Jackson performed “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” for a 20th anniversary concert in memorial of the attacks.

As the song came to an end, Jackson turned to salute a photo of 9/11 firefighters and left the stage.

The National Memorial Day Concert both paid tribute to veterans who never made it home from service, and also recognized the 9/11 Gold Star Families, and all who died that tragic day. (Trending: TV Host Blows Trump Case Wide Open)

The tribute was narrated by actor and former firefighter Steve Buscemi.

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