In June, Alan Jackson will join John Mellencamp, Robert “Kool” Bell and his Gang, and others as inductees into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The nearly 60-year-old writer of hits such as “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” and “Don’t Rock the Jukebox” is also expected to release his 21st studio album later this year. But while Jackson may still wish Dallas was in Tennessee, he’ll be coming for a visit as part of his Honky Tonk Highway Tour. Fellow country music star Randy Houser will join Jackson, whose current tour is something of a victory lap, sandwiched between his Country Music Hall of Fame induction last fall and the aforementioned ceremony in June. Regardless of the accolades, however, Jackson’s latest single, “The Older I Get,” is a celebration as he looks back on a career spanning more than three decades. Jackson doesn’t mind getting older, and his fans don’t seem to mind either.