If you're someone like me who wonders where the country music has gone when you tune into any of the high-powered "country" radio stations, then if you're not already an Alan Jackson fan, you will be after watching. As this fine documentary attests, he has stayed true to himself, his family, his God, and the traditional country genre, all while making music for the rest of us. Plenty of Alan Jackson's best songs are highlighted, and there are interviews with his family, friends, and fellow artists about him from his earliest years to the present. Watch - you won't regret it!
As an aside, I hope there are up and coming young artists who will be inspired to catch a spark from the older country artists and keep the traditional country music flame going. With the current crop it's often hard to find any country amidst the rock, pop, rap, and shades of heavy metal. There's nothing wrong with hybrid music per se, but it's crowding all the airtime to the exclusion of the traditional country sound.