Tragedy occurred this past weekend at a Jason Aldean concert in Cleveland when a 22-year-old man was found dead.
We’ve seen some great match-ups this past year like Luke Bryan working with Florida Georgia Line, and Carrie Underwood rocking out with Miranda Lambert. So will we be seeing a Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney collaboration as well?
Aldean’s new single “Burnin’ It Down” is the first song from his highly anticipated sixth studio album, which is expected later this year. Hear the new song now.
Tailgate parties seem to be everywhere in country music these days. But it turns out that, lyrically, this ‘bro country’ staple is a recent phenomenon. So who sang about them first?
Las Vegas has gone country.
This past Saturday (May 24), Jason Aldean performed in front of a sold-out crowd of more 41,000 race fans, a day ahead of the famed Indianapolis 500.
Nothing could top a graduation, birthday or Memorial Day party with you favorite country star showing up to make a surprise performance. So what would it cost to book someone like Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan or Carrie Underwood? A lot. Much more than we have in our pockets.
Jason Aldean is not only holding his concerts in stadiums all over the country, but now he’s helping picking the people who hit the field. The country star has signed on to help Major League Baseball pick the 2014 Honorary Bat Girls to raise awareness for breast cancer.
“My dad was a big Merle Haggard fan, I just remember him playing this song a lot as a kid,” Aldean said. “So given a chance to in and be part of [this tribute], I wanted to do a song that meant something to me.”
The legendary artist will receive the Crystal Milestone Award during this year’s ACMs. Haggard is also the subject of the upcoming tribute album “Working Man’s Poet,” featuring many top country stars.