Jason Aldean is adding plenty of tour dates for the late summer and fall. There will plenty of live Jason Aldean music for fans to take in on the road before Aldean and his team release a brand new set of music sometime in November or December.
Jason told GACTV for Jason Aldean Tour Precedes Next Album:
“The music will be loud, the beer will be cold, and college football will be on every TV backstage and in the parking lot!”
Jason Aldean is now a superstar. Aldean has collected three albums worth of hit singles now and that means plenty of firepower for a full set of his own music on his headlining tour.
Once an artist reaches headlining status after learning from experiences of opening up with Brooks & Dunn, you can bet that artist has a great chance to do something special for a long time as a headliner.
For his next album it’ll be interesting to see what Jason has in store. After a somewhat surprising debut album that went platinum, Jason stumbled, but only slightly, with his sophomore effort. Then he released Wide Open and things went to a new level. After three straight #1 singles with another right on the edge, Aldean is ready to continue the streak of top hits.
Like many successful superstars, it’s unlikely we’ll see anything drastically different about Aldean’s fourth album. He’s found his niche as a rocking country singer that finds catchy tunes that allow fans to sing along with every word. The trick for continued success for Aldean will be to find songs that simply connect with fans. And that’s not as easy as it seems, but Aldean has proven his knack for picking the good ones.
Folks like George Strait, Alan Jackson, and Tim McGraw come to mind as artists that have been successful for a long time in country music. Those guys are the best at changing their style only slightly and only if a great song calls for a change. George Strait doesn’t stray far from his catchy honky tonk tunes, but when he does he still continues his run of hits because those different songs are still amazing. One of those songs that comes to mind is Runfrom the aptly titled album The Road Less Traveled.
Jason Aldean is at a new point in his career. He has the added pressure of continuing his superstar success. Based on his history of picking great songs there should be little doubt that he can keep things heading to new levels with his fourth album.
If his plans for the new fall tour are any indication, there is plenty of good things to come from Jason Aldean in the future.