Jason Aldean brought the Night Train Tour to Tacoma just last month, and this weekend, the tour will be wrapping up for the singer. Tommy and Joe from the Johnson and Johnson Morning Show got to speak with Aldean about what’s next for the country star.
If you happened to miss one of his shows, you can now pick up Jason’s live concert film Night Train To Georgia, which hit stores on Oct. 15. The entire DVD features footage from his first-ever concert at the University of Georgia’s football stadium to a sold-out crowd of over 66,000 fans, and footage from his record-breaking Fenway Park and Wrigley Field concerts.
Tommy and Joe also asked Jason about his new movie career, what his daughters will be dressing up as for Halloween, and what we might get if we trick-or-treat at the Aldean home.
Listen to the full Jason Aldean interview below.
Now that Jason Aldean will have some free time, he told Country Vibe that he has plans to spend the next two months in the woods doing a lot of hunting.
“I get home Sunday morning just in time for my bus driver to sleep for a few hours and then leave again Sunday afternoon to go to Illinois to hook up with the rest of the owners of Buck Commander. ” Aldean went on to say, “ So we’re going to Illinois and Kansas, Missouri, Texas. We’re just kind of all over the place for the next couple of months, so it’s gonna be a fun two months leading up to Christmas. I’m ready!”