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Jason AldeanRIAA’s top digital Country male artist of all time Jason Aldean is the mirror image of his fans” (Rolling Stone) as THEY DON’T KNOW follows on the heels of each album release earning PLATINUM certification or better, tallying more than 14 million total album sales and 18 No. One hits. This country rap song featured on Aldean’s 2010 album My Kinda Party earned the singer a Grammy nomination for Best Country Solo Performance. In 2011, he performed the song at the CMT Music Awards with rapper Ludacris. The song reached 4x platinum and is a great example of how Aldean stays true to himself while having fun with his music.

Speaking of exciting, it’s a pretty special time for Jason who recently announced a new album titled 9 available November 22. The first single is a song called “We Back” that’s available on Amazon Music.

Aldean’s debut single, ” Hicktown “, was released in early 2005. 4 It served as the lead-off to his self-titled debut album and reached number 10 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. 6 The album also produced his first number one hit with ” Why “. 6 This album finally released the number 4 hit ” Amarillo Sky “, 6 which had previously been a non-charting single in 2002 for McBride & the Ride This song earned a 2006 ACM nomination for Song of the Year and Video of the Year. Aldean earned the title “Top New Male Vocalist” at the 2006 ACM Awards The album has sold over 1,000,000 copies in the United States and was certified platinum by the RIAA in 2007.

The 30-year-old lifestyle influencer, who is wed to 42-year-old country crooner Jason Aldean known for the hit song Dirt Road Anthem, used the South Beach Diet to help her shed about 30lbs.

Since his 2005 debut with the scorching Hicktown,” the singer has set himself apart from the pack as a truly unique artist. He addresses his Georgia-born brand of country music with a singular vision, and he intends to keep it that way.

With 19 number one hits under his belt, Jason Aldean is a country music force to be reckoned with. The Georgia native was born Jason Aldine Williams and never looked back after moving to Nashville to pursue music when he was 21 and just getting started.

The trajectory of Aldean’s career to date serves as a sharp example of the old adage that good things come to those who wait, although you could certainly forgive him for wishing that things had panned out a little more simply for him. He seemed to have the world at his feet in 1998; at the age of twenty-one, he signed a record deal with Warner-Chappell. He was subsequently, and repeatedly, dropped, and spent some years struggling to get his music career – something which had once looked like a dead-cert – off the ground. It meant that he didn’t manage to get his self-titled debut record out into the world until 2005, although it brought the success that his talent had always promised; Why” became his first number one single on the U.S. Country charts, and the album itself would eventually go platinum in his homeland, too.

While writing his own music was one feat for Brown, performing was another—though not for any want of vocal gifts. His rich delivery shines on cover songs he’s done by George Strait and Josh Turner, and anyone who’s heard his low, thick drawl can understand why he’s been compared to Chris Young. But for a long time, Brown was satisfied just being another voice in the choir.

We didn’t have a lot of money, and we moved all the time. There were a bunch of family issues,” he says. Album track Learning” goes in-depth on the struggles of those early years, detailing the child abuse, bullying, and racism he endured throughout his adolescence. But the takeaway of the song’s chorus—a mantra about forgiveness and letting go—is a much more familiar side of the soft-spoken and enthusiastically kind Kane Brown that fans have come to know.

Aldean’s newest album cover captures his usual look and graphic design aesthetic. No need to change what’s worked for 15 years. A three-time ACM Entertainer of the Year, Jason Aldean has scored 23 No.1s.

While Jason and Kane still have a few dates left of their summer tour, family life is on both of these artist’s minds. In addition to a baby at home, the “Burnin’ It Down” and “You Make It Easy” singer recently rescued a puppy from Stray Rescue of St. Louis.

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum collects, preserves, and interprets country music and its history for the education and entertainment of diverse audiences. In exhibits, publications, and educational programs, the museum explores the cultural importance and enduring beauty of the art form. The museum is operated by the Country Music Foundation, a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) educational organization chartered by the state of Tennessee in 1964. The museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, and in 2015 and 2016 welcomed over one million patrons, placing it among the most visited museums in the U.S. The Country Music Foundation operates Historic RCA Studio BTM, Hatch Show Print® poster shop, CMF Records, the Frist Library and Archive, and CMF Press. Museum programs are supported by Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission, Tennessee Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

The 2019 Jason Aldean tour schedule includes stops in Albuquerque, Charlotte and St. Louis. Check out the Jason Aldean tour dates above for a complete list of upcoming shows.

The track was one of the hits Jason performed in Nashville earlier this week at the Amazon Truck Stop to celebrate National Truck Driver Appreciation Week 2019.


In addition to appearances by Opry members, each Opry show also features a number of guest artists. Such guest lists can include the newest acts in country music, legends of the genre, and even artists from outside of country music who have been inspired or entertained by the Opry over the years.

As mentioned before, statement of musical purpose We Back” lives up to its name by letting fans know that Aldean and his band continue riding high as genre defiant hit-makers.

Whilst he accommodates his older, loyal fans with the likes of ‘Amarillo Sky’ and ‘Johnny Cash’. Either way, all the crowd seem to enjoy every song by the sound of applause throughout. ‘She’s Country’, his usual set closer evokes massive roars of appreciation from the audience and spurs Aldean on further as his whole band before this massive country toe tapping swan song.

He’s also quick to point out – and take blame – for the fact that his career path hasn’t been smooth. Choices he made in his personal life sometimes flung his name into headlines he’d rather forget. And when he was on stage during the Las Vegas shooting in 2017 that left 58 people dead, his life changed again. Aldean will never forget what happened that night, but he forged ahead to play shows and make new music for country fans.

The one-of-a-kind sound Clarkson brought to Don’t You Wanna Stay” is representative of Aldean’s own artistry throughout My Kinda Party. There’s a cultural familiarity to the themes and the influences, but in practice, there’s not another act who sounds quite like Jason Aldean.

Another single from Wide Open, “She’s Country” became Aldean’s second number one hit on the charts. It’s been certified 2x platinum and is still one of the singer’s most beloved songs.

About 40 members of his band and crew, as well as his pregnant wife, Brittany, were all there at the festival. Spalding said two of their tour buses were shot, as well as their lighting board and stage. Aldean’s bass player found a bullet fragment in his bass guitar.

While the album was largely completed prior to Aldean’s headlining set at the Route 91 Harvest Festival last fall in Las Vegas, the two-time Entertainer of the Year knows that the tragedy precedes this release as well as the launch of his upcoming tour, the High Noon Neon Tour, kicking off May 10 in Kansas City, Missouri. But after a break that saw the birth of his son, Aldean is more attached to the road than ever.


Not everyone makes it in Nashville. In fact, very few people do. And it’s the stories of artists like Jason Aldean that make you wonder how many would-be stars left town just a few weeks too early. Back in 2005, Aldean gave himself six more months in Music City after spending several years there pursuing a career. His hard work was validated—just in the nick of time—with a recording contract from indie label Broken Bow Records. That same year, he released his self-titled debut, which peaked at No. 6 on the US Country charts. Two years later, his sophomore album Relentless topped those same charts. Two years after nearly leaving music altogether, Jason Aldean was a star.

My Kinda Party” and Night Train,” Aldean said represent the best albums he can make. He feels the same way about 99 percent of his recent Rearview Town” and he said the album on which he’s currently working is shaping up to be just as strong.

The second single from Wide Open, “Big Green Tractor” was Aldean’s third number one hit in 2009. Aldean loved the song, which was written by Jim Collins and Paul Overstreet. Even ten years later it’s one of the singer’s most popular love songs.


In addition to previously releasing lead single We Back,” Blame It On You,” I Don’t Drink Anymore” and Keep It Small Town,” Jason shared a new song, Dirt We Were Raised On,” which you can listen to below.

Jason Aldine Williams (born February 28th, 1977), better known by his stage name, Jason Aldean, is an American country musician from Macon, Georgia, who’s been making music since 2005.

Aldean will surely tour heavily for 9, but his first major dates after Nov. 22 represent something way bigger than an album cycle. On Dec. 6-8, he plays Las Vegas as a headliner for the first time since the Oct. 1, 2017 mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival. The Ride All Night Vegas residency will be hosted at Park Theater at Park MGM.

Jason Aldean – “A Little More Summertime” Jason Aldean performs “A Little More Summertime” during Opry Goes Pink, 2016. The song was written by Jerry Flowers, Tony Martin, and Wendell Mobley, and was released on Aldean’s 2016 album, They Don’t Know.

Jason Aldean announced his 2020 WE BACK TOUR launching Jan 30 in Columbia, SC. Named after the new lead single from his upcoming ninth studio album, 9, which will be released Nov 22, the multi-city trek will span across the US through March. For the first leg of the tour, multi-Platinum entertainer has tapped Morgan Wallen, Riley Green and Dee Jay Silver as support.

Originally recorded by Trent Willmon in 2008, Aldean covered the song on his album Wide Open. The number one hit is the singer’s favorite song from his 2009 album.

In the last 10 years, Jason Aldean has sold more than 10 million concert tickets, 18 million albums, racked up 4 billion digital streams and is the RIAA’s top digital male country artist of all time. He’s charted 22 No. 1 songs and won 14 Academy of Country Music Awards, including three consecutive trophies for Entertainer of the Year.

This country rap song featured on Aldean’s 2010 album My Kinda Party earned the singer a Grammy nomination for Best Country Solo Performance. In 2011, he performed the song at the CMT Music Awards with rapper Ludacris. The song reached 4x platinum and is a great example of how Aldean stays true to himself while having fun with his music.

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