As "Don't You Want To Stay" ( his powerful duet hit featuring Kelly Clarkson) suggests, Jason Aldean is proving he has some serious staying power in the music industry. After years of playing countless Nashville honky tonks, being dropping from various record companies, and almost giving up on his music dreams, Aldean lit up country radio with his self-titled album six years ago. The incredibly vocally gifted performer from Macon, Georgia has since dispelled any doubts of his one-hit wonder status with a gold sophomore record in Relentless and his highly-successful third studio album, Wide Open. Aldean's latest release, My Kinda Party, has already been certified platinum on the strength of two #1 singles.
Indicative that the 34-year-old has reached a level of popularity previously reserved for the likes of Kenny Chesney and Brad Paisley, Aldean headlined the Red Sky Musical Festival in Omaha, Nebraska this past July. The "Dirt Road Anthem" entertainer drew the biggest crowd of the festival, crooning over 20 songs in front of ecstatic crowd of more than 17,000 festival goers. Jason Aldean tickets are on sale for the singer's remaining My Kinda Party Tour dates, but seats are filling up fast. With his singles shooting up the charts and the crowds growing larger at his concerts night after night, it's becoming increasingly clear that Jason Aldean is quickly becoming one of the biggest names in country music.