Country pop singer, Allan Jackson reveals nerve condition affecting his balance.

Prominent country star Alan Jackson revealed in an interview Tuesday that he suffers from a neurological disorder that is increasingly affecting his balance, but he hopes to continue playing.

Jackson, 62, said in an interview aired on NBC’s “Today” program that he was diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth syndrome ten years ago. He said it was a genetic condition and its effects on his ability to walk became more pronounced. The situation does not change the life expectancy, he said.

“I know I’m stumbling on stage,” she told Jenna Bush Hager. “Infront of the microphone , I always feel anxious because I do have difficulties in balancing”

Newnan songwriter Ga. The singer released a new album “Where Have You Gone” this year and is still one of the top male artists in country music, with more than 43 million albums sold in the United States, according to Recordings. Industrial Association of America.

The songs of the famous Happy Music Hall of Fam include “Chattahoochee” and “It’s Five Hour Sounds Elsewhere”.

Jackson has continued to tour despite the situation and says he wants to continue playing as much as he can.

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