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How Jimmie Allen Honors His Family’s Legacy With Hometown Music Festival

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After COVID-19 put a pause on live entertainment, your favorite artists are ready to hit the road and entertain audiences safely with brand-new tours and experiences. And regardless of where you are, we’re offering an all-access ticket to every must-see concert of the year. Welcome to E!’s Backstage Pass.

Jimmie Allen will never forget where he came from.

Before hitting No. 1 on the country music charts with hits like “Make Me Want To” and “Freedom Was a Highway,” the 37-year-old was just a kid in Delaware discovering the beauty of a small town.

“There’s a lot I remember about my hometown,” Jimmie exclusively shared with E! News. “I remember developing my faith in church. I remember my teachers including my first grade teacher and my kindergarten teacher Miss Alexander. I remember hanging out with my dad and my grandma fishing. It’s just a good town vibe.”

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