Alan Jackson has officially opened all four floors – including the rooftop – of AJ's Good Time Bar, the first and only completely artist-owned establishment on Broadway in Nashville. Filled floor-to-ceiling with items from Alan's own collection of career and personal memorabilia the honky-tonk offers a drink menu highlighted by "Alan's Drink" – Jack and Water, which is the singer's own beverage of choice.
Each of the four floors vary in "personality," showcasing Alan's various interests and hobbies. "AJ's Honky Tonk" is the first floor and features live country music; the second floor is known as the "GT Bar," offering a sports and car-themed atmosphere, 12 big screen televisions and live acoustic music; the "Hullbilly Bar" on the third floor is proving to be one of the venue's biggest draws – it's modeled after Alan's own Merritt Sportfish boat "Hullbilly," seen in his "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" and "Long Way to Go" music videos; the third level's stage features karaoke and live music, as well; and the rooftop "Star Bar" caps AJ's Good Time Bar, providing views of the historic Ryman Auditorium, Broadway, Nissan Stadium and all of downtown Music City.

Alan said, "I always wanted to own a honky-tonk that plays real country music on Broadway that I could put my name on."
The four-story establishment sits near the corner of 4th Avenue and lower Broadway in the heart of Nashville.

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