Grammy-nominated American country singer Jason Aldean has watched his career bloom and blossom in the last several years becoming one of country music’s most popular male acts. His music career has spawned 13 #1 hits to date and all 6 of his released albums have gone certified platinum by the RIAA. His latest album titled Old Boots, New Dirt was the only album released in 2014 to reach platinum status and included the hit song Burnin’ It Down. Burnin’ It Down and the album Old Boots, New Dirt won Jason a Top Country album award and a Top Country Song award at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. Celebrity Speaker Jason has won countless country music awards including back-to-back ACM Male Vocalist of the Year Awards in 2013-2014, and the top country album My Kinda Party and top country song Dirt Road Anthem at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards. Jason experienced a new level of success and gained a new audience of fans when he released the largely Billboard Award winning hit song with rapper Nelly.
Jason worked his way to make it in Nashville, releasing his first self-titled album in 2005 and earning his first #1 hit single Why. Following the albums success, the country star would be named the Top New Male Vocalist of the Year at the 2006 Academy of Country Music Awards. He released his second and third albums Relentless and Wide Open in 2007 and 2009 respectively, and his fourth album My Kinda Party gave him the opportunity to perform the albums hit title track at the 2011 MLB Home Run Derby. In 2014, Jason was featured as one of the main opening acts for the official NCAA Tournament March Madness Music Festival in Houston, Texas.
An avid hunter, some may not know that Jason part-owns a hunting company called Buck Commander with MLB players Adam LaRoche, Chipper Jones, Ryan Langerhans, as well as Tombo Martin and of course Willie Robertson from the hit TV reality series Duck Dynasty on A&E. Together the team produces hunting videos for DVD’s and their TV show on the outdoor channel. In 2013 his 8th annual concert to benefit his charity partner the Susan G. Komen Fund helped raise over $575,000 for the charity.