What Jason Aldean Won’t Miss About His Tour
After a sold out nationwide tour there are plenty of “highs” to look back upon for Jason Aldean. Loyal fans packing out venues and back to back number 1 songs to name a few. The ACM Artist of the Decade remains one of the biggest stars in Country Music. What Jason Aldean won’t miss about his tour though is the time away from his family. “It will be nice to unpack my suitcase and be able to relax at home for a little bit.” Before he gets his rest he will wrap up his tour here in Tampa and the possibility of surprise guests is not out of the question. “One thing I have learned in this business is to never say never” Jason told Tampa Bay’s Morning Krewe. No matter if there are surprises or it is just Jason doing Jason the Highway Desperado Tour should be electric!
Opening for Jason Aldean on Saturday will be Mitchell Tenpenny and Corey Kent. Both openers have had recent success with their songs “Truth About You” and “Wild As Her.”
Some Of Jason’s #1 Songs
Jason has released 11 albums and 39 singles to country radio. His very first album was called Jason Aldean and it was released in 2005. The very first single he released from that album was “Hicktown”. Although that song did not hit #1 his second single from that album did. The song “Why” hit the top of the country music charts in 2005. He didn’t have another #1 song until 2008 and that is when “She’s Country” hit the top of the charts.
He has celebrated a few big songs with other artists as well. Firstly, Kelly Clarkson joined him on “Don’t You Want To Stay” which hit number one in 2010. Secondly, he teamed up with Luke Bryan and Eric Church on “The Only Way I Know” in 2012. That song hit number one as well. Finally in 2018, he hit the top of the charts while teaming up with Miranda Lambert on “Drowns The Whiskey”.
The Songs Jason Aldean Is Expected To Play At The Amp