Jason Aldean also purchased a dozen Koi to swim in his personal pond.
February 28, 1977 (46)
Jason Aldean is an American country music singer known for transforming the genre with his unique blend of country and rock. His debut album, self-titled “Jason Aldean” and released in 2005, marked the beginning of an illustrious career that has since become synonymous with hit after hit on the country charts.
From his initial offering, Jason Aldean crafted a sound that captivated audiences. His sophomore album, “Relentless,” continued his success and was swiftly followed by “Wide Open,” “My Kinda Party,” and “Night Train,” each garnering widespread acclaim and chart-topping singles. The ubiquity of Aldean’s music is best exemplified by his highly successful tracks like “Dirt Road Anthem,” “Big Green Tractor,” and “She’s Country,” which have all played significant roles in shaping contemporary country music.
Collaboration has been a cornerstone of Aldean’s career, and he has worked with numerous artists across various genres. He joined forces with Kelly Clarkson on “Don’t You Wanna Stay,” a power ballad that bridged the gap between pop and country. Aldean’s collaboration with Luke Bryan and Eric Church on “The Only Way I Know” resulted in a song that remains a favorite among country music fans. Other notable collaborative partners include Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, Ludacris, and Carrie Underwood.
Aldean’s work has not gone unnoticed. He has received several awards for his music, which attests to his standing in the country music scene. In 2011, he was awarded the coveted Country Music Association award for Album of the Year for “My Kinda Party.” He is also a two-time winner of the Academy of Country Music’s Entertainer of the Year award, cementing his place among country music’s elite. Moreover, in 2020, Aldean received the Artist of The Decade award at the ACM Awards.