Jason Aldean


Jason Aldean Williams​ (born February 28, 1977) is an American ​country music​ singer and songwriter. Since 2005, Aldean has been signed to ​Broken Bow Records​, a record label for which he has released nine albums and 24 singles. His 2010 album, ​My Kinda Party,​ is certified quadruple-platinum by the ​Recording Industry Association of America​ (RIAA). His 2012 album ​Night Train​ is certified double-platinum, while his 2005 ​self-titled​ debut, 2007 album ​Relentless​, 2009 album ​Wide Open,​ 2014 album ​Old Boots, New Dirt​ are all certified platinum.

Out of all his singles, 21 have reached number one on either the ​Hot Country Songs​ or ​Country Airplay​ charts with “​Why​”, “​She’s Country​”, “​Big Green Tractor​”, “​The Truth​”, “​Don’t You Wanna Stay​” (a duet with ​Kelly Clarkson​), “​Dirt Road Anthem​”, “​Fly Over States​”, “​Take a Little Ride​”, “​The Only Way I Know​” (a collaboration with ​Luke Bryan​ and ​Eric Church​), “​Night Train​”, “​When She Says Baby​”, “​Burnin’ It Down​”, “​Just Gettin’ Started​”, “​Tonight Looks Good on You​”, “​Lights Come On​”, “​A Little More Summertime​”, “​Any Ol’ Barstool​”, “​You Make It Easy​”, “​Drowns the Whiskey​” (a duet with Miranda Lambert​), “​Girl Like You​”, and “​Rearview Town​”. Nine more of his singles have reached the top 10.