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Live on Letterman - Jason Aldean

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Born in Macon, GA, Jason Aldean has been in the country music scene since his first single, “Hicktown,” was released in early 2005. With more than six million records sold and nine #1 hits, three-time Grammy nominee Aldean is set to release his highly anticipated fifth studio album, Night Train, on Tuesday, October 16. The first single from Night Train, “Take A Little Ride,” posted record first-week sales and radio airplay numbers. Aldean’s double-platinum fourth record, My Kinda Party, the current CMA and Billboard “Album of the Year,” was the top-selling country album of 2011 and the #5 top-seller in all of music, spawning five consecutive #1 hits, including the triple-platinum “Dirt Road Anthem” and the crossover smash “Don’t You Wanna Stay” featuring Kelly Clarkson, which took home the “Vocal Event of the Year” and “Single Record of the Year” at the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards. Currently, Aldean is on a fall tour throughout the U.S.

Jason Aldean’s official website ( has the latest news about the singer, plus videos, photos, music tracks, an official store and information about his fan club, among other features. His tour schedule through the end of October is posted here:


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