About Jason Aldean
Jason Aldean was conceived on February 28, 1977. After his parents, Barry and Debbie, were separated, he lived with his mom in Macon, Georgia. During the summer, he would spend time with his dad in Homestead, Florida.
Jason learned how to play guitar when he is staying with his dad in the late spring. When his dad went to work, he would get the guitar and a note of guitar harmonies left by his dad for him to learn. His main songs around then were George Strait's "The Cowboy Rides Away", Hank Williams Jr's. "The Blues Man", and Alabama's "My Home's in Alabama".
Understanding that Jason without a doubt had ability in music, his parents both supported and urged him to add to his skill. After graduation from high school, Jason and his band performed at a few little events with the help of his father. With band-mate Justin Weaver, he started composing his own particular songs and later performed them during a showcase occurring at Atlanta's nightclub “The Buckboard”.
Jason was drawn closer by Michael Knox from Warner-Chappell song-publishing organization and signed to it at 21 years old. A month in the wake of signing an arrangement, he moved to Music City and was signed to a music label.
Three years passed by Jason still hadn't recorded any studio album. His chance came in 2004 when he was offered an arrangement by Broken Bow Records in Nashville. He worked on an album titled "Jason Aldean" and released it in mid 2005. The record contained chart-topping singles, for example, "Why", "Hicktown" and "Amarillo Sky". In 2006, he was named Top New Male Vocalist at Academy of Country Music Awards.
In 2007, Jason entered the studio with producer Michael Knox to record songs for his sophomore exertion "Relentless". The album appeared at number four on Billboard Hot 200 and arrived on Country Albums chart. His singles in the album incorporate "Johnny Cash" and "Giggled Until We Cry".
Jason's third installment was called "Wide Open". He released it in the U.S. on April 7, 2009 and it came to No. 4 on Hot 200. The first single from the record was "She's Country" and it ruled Billboard Country Singles chart and number 42 on Hot 100. The other two singles from the album that appear on the Billboard chart are "Big Green Tractor" and "The Truth", these also appear on the U.S. Country Singles chart. In that same year, he got 3 designations at CMT Music Awards, including Video of the Year, for "The Truth" clip.
After a year, Jason proceeded onward to his fourth exertion "My Kinda Party". Giving crisp sound which “stands out within the joint country awards of hard-rock music," this album may be his most grounded album to date. He shook out with Kelly Clarkson in "Don't You Wanna Say" and made a duet with her at 2010 Country Music Association Awards. Advancing out across the country over on November 2, the album itself appeared two spots higher on Hot 200 than its predecessor.
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