Alan Jackson fans will remember his 140-acre spread of land outside Nashville named Sweetbriar. The property featured a massive main residence and breathtaking landscape along the Harpeth River. The Jacksons sold the property in 2010, and Alan and his wife Denise made a photo journal of the property for their three daughters to remember the 13 years they lived there. They are now selling limited edition copies of that photo book at AlanJackson.com, with the proceeds going to a cause very close to the family's heart.
Shortly after they moved away from Sweetbriar, Denise was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. Though she has now received a clean bill of health, Alan and Denise thought the photo book, titled Seasons of Sweetbriar – A Photographic Collection of Home by Alan Jackson, would be a great way to raise money for colon cancer patients in need. All proceeds from the book will benefit the Colon Cancer Alliance's Blue Note Fund.
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