Don't Rock The Jukebox is Alan Jackson's second studio album that was released by Arista Records on May 14, 1991.


  1. Don't Rock The Jukebox 2:52
  2. That's All I Need To Know 3:48
  3. Dallas 2:46
  4. Midnight In Montgomery 3:46
  5. Love's Got A Hold On You 2:54
  6. Someday 3:19
  7. Just Playin' Possum 2:55
  8. From A Distance 3:39
  9. Walkin' The Floor Over Me 2:26
  10. Working Class Hero 3:14

Chart Performance[]

"Don't Rock the Jukebox" peaked at #17 on the Billboard 200 and #2 on Billboard's Top Country Albums. In April of 1995, the album was certified 4 x Platinum by the RIAA.

Critical Reception[]

Thom Jurek from AllMusic wrote that the album is "solid as a new traditionalist record, meaning that it's a country record with ever-present pedal steel for every synth or glossy fiddle. Jackson's voice is in the groove, down there with Jones and Haggard, tougher than Travis, leaner than Strait, and almost as hillbilly as Yoakam. This is a great record that stands the test of time."

Entertainment Weekly's Alanna Nash gave the album an "A", writing: "Alan Jackson, Arista Records’ one certifiable country star, doesn’t have much in his light baritone that’s particularly distinctive, but he makes up for it with two undeniable strengths: a lanky, likable persona and a knack for writing songs."