"You Can Always Come Home” and “You Never Know” are two songs on Alan Jackson's CD, "Angels and Alcohol." The CD has a total of 10 tracks, seven of which Jackson wrote.
Jackson's first released single from the "Angel and Alcohol" album is titled "Jim and Jack and Hank," referring to Jim Beam and Jack Daniels whiskey, as well as Hank Williams, Jr. and Sr. The album was Jackson's first studio album with all new music in three years. "Angels and Alcohol" is Alan Jackson's fifteenth studio album, coming 25 years after his first one. In addition to the 15 studio albums, Jackson has released two Christmas records, two gospel albums, three "Greatest Hits" records and one CD with bluegrass music.
Originally from rural Georgia, Alan Jackson has sold over 60 million albums worldwide, as of 2015. This achievement makes him one of the 10 best-selling vocalists all-time across all genres. A singer and songwriter, Jackson has 50 Top Ten hits, of which 26 achieved top status on Billboard. His awards include 18 from the Academy of Country Music, 16 from the Country Music Association and two Grammy awards. He is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry.