When Alan Jackson first performed at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in 1992, he admits he was nervous.
But, he said in brief remarks after being inducted into the Star Trail of Fame Friday afternoon, those multiple rodeo appearances over the years did wonders for his career.
The country superstar performed for the 19th time at RodeoHouston Friday night, surpassing the one million mark in attendance. He joined an exclusive list of entertainers— George Strait, Reba Entire, Charley Pride and Brooks & Dunn — who have delighted one million or more fans at Rodeo performances in Houston.
Located on the second floor of Reliant Center, just outside the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo's offices, the Star Trail of Fame also pays tribute to Gene Autry, Elvis Presley, and Roy Rogers.