Jason Aldean

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Jason Aldean

Jason Aldean in 2008
Background information
Birth name Jason Aldine Williams
Born February 28, 1977 (1977-02-28) (age 37)
Origin Macon, Georgia,
U.S.
Genres Country, country-rock
Occupations Singer
Guitarist
Years active 2005-present
Labels Capitol Nashville
Broken Bow
Associated acts Kelly Clarkson
Colt Ford
Miranda Lambert
Ludacris
Brantley Gilbert
Michael Knox
Luke Bryan
Eric Church
Website Official website

Jason Aldine Williams (born February 28, 1977 in Macon, Georgia) is an American country music singer and guitarist. Aldean has won two CMA awards in 2011 for "Musical Event of the Year" with "Don't You Wanna Stay" featuring Kelly Clarkson and "Album of the Year" for My Kinda Party.

Aldean is married to Jessica Ussery and they were wed on August 4, 2001. He resides with her and their two daughters Keeley and Kendyl in Nashville, Tennessee.

Albums[change | change source]

Year Album
2005 Jason Aldean
2007 Relentless
2009 Wide Open
2010 My Kinda Party
2012 Night Train| '

Singles[change | change source]

    • 2005-2009
  • 2005-Hicktown
  • 2005-Why-#1 US Country
  • 2006-Amarillo Sky
  • 2007-Johnny Cash
  • 2007-Laughed Until We Cried
  • 2008-Relentless
  • 2008-She's Country-#1 US Country
  • 2009-Big Green Tractor-#1 US Country
  • 2009-The Truth-#1 US Country
    • 2010-
  • 2010-Crazy Town
  • 2010-My Kinda Party
  • 2010-Don't You Wanna Stay-#1 US Country
  • 2011-Dirt Road Anthem-#1 US Country
  • 2011-Tattoos On This Town
  • 2012-Fly Over States-#1 US Country
  • 2012-Take A Little Ride-#1 US Country
  • 2012-The Only Way I Know-#1 US Country
  • 2013-1994
  • 2013-Night Train (song)-#1 US Country
  • 2013-When She Says Baby-#1 US Country
  • 2014-Burnin' It Down

Websites[change | change source]

Jason Aldean's Official website