Jason Aldean Tour 2023

Country music superstar Jason Aldean is heading back on tour in 2023, much to the delight of his millions of fans. The fiery Georgia singer has established himself as one of the genres biggest headliners over the past decade thanks to his blend of rock-tinged stadium country anthems and smooth, romantic ballads.

Also Known As:- Jason Aldine Williams

Age: 46 Years, 46 Year Old Males


Spouse/Ex-: Jessica Aldean

Father: Barry Aldean

Mother: Debbie Aldean

Children: Keeley Williams, Kendyl Williams

Country Singers Record Producers

Height: 6’1″ (185 cm), 6’1″ Males

U.S. State: Georgia

City: Macon, Georgia

Childhood & Early Life

Here are some key points about Jason Aldean’s childhood and early life:

  • Born Jason Aldine Williams in February 1977 in Macon, Georgia.
  • Grew up in Macon with his mother after his parents divorced. His father was largely absent.
  • Started singing as a child and was fascinated by country music stars he saw on television like George Strait.
  • Taught himself to play guitar during high school, often mimicking his idols’ playing styles and songwriting techniques.
  • Initially performed at local VFW halls and small fairs around Macon as a teenager, establishing himself on the Southeast club circuit.
  • Moved to Nashville at age 19 after high school to pursue a career in country music, taking the stage name Jason Aldean.
  • Struggled during his early Nashville days, taking night shifts at a drink company to make rent while playing dive bars at night hoping to be discovered.
  • Earned some initial songwriting success penning tracks for other artists but still sought his big break as a solo singer.
  • Signed a record deal with Broken Bow Records in 2005 at age 28 after years of perseverance. Found early success with tracks illustrating his Southern rock and R&B influences.
  • Breakout moment came with 2007’s “Why” and subsequent hits “She’s Country” and “Big Green Tractor” that launched him into stardom.


  • After signing with Broken Bow Records in 2005, Aldean released his self-titled debut album that year which included singles “Hicktown” and “Why”. It set the stage for his hybrid sound blending country lyrics with hard rock instrumentation.
  • His sophomore effort, 2007’s Relentless, solidified Aldean as one of country’s rising stars. It produced his first #1 hit “Why” alongside top 10 songs “She’s Country” and “Big Green Tractor.”
  • 2010’s My Kinda Party ushered in Aldean’s arena headline status in country music. It featured chart-topping anthems “Dirt Road Anthem” and “My Kinda Party” that blended his Georgia roots and arena rock style.
  • Albums like Night Train (2012) and Old Boots, New Dirt (2014) cemented Aldean as country’s premier 21st century stadium act with bold, riff-heavy hits and sentimental ballads. He drew massive crowds on tour.
  • They Don’t Know (2016) and Rearview Town (2018) continued showcasing Aldean’s balance of country themes and hard rock hooks along with vulnerable romantic tracks. He expanded his crossover appeal.
  • Recent albums 9 (2019) and Macon, Georgia (2022) feature Aldean returning to his Southern origins both sonically and lyrically. He continues headlining stadiums and collaborating with stars like Carrie Underwood.
  • Aldean has dominated country radio for over a decade with over 20 #1 hits and multiplatinum sales. His fiery concerts solidified his place as a defining country artist who introduced hard rock energy to Nashville’s sound.

Personal Life & Legacy

  • Aldean married his high school sweetheart Jessica Ussery in 2001. They have two daughters together – Keeley and Kendyl.
  • The couple divorced in 2013 after Aldean was photographed kissing American Idol contestant Brittany Kerr. He later called it “the catalyst” for his divorce.
  • Aldean and Kerr married in 2015. They have a son Memphis together born in 2017 and a daughter Navy born in 2019.
  • Aldean survived the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting while performing at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The experience had a profound impact, motivating activism for gun safety.
  • Known for charity work supporting children’s hospitals along with advocating for animal adoption and veterans organizations.
  • Has his own exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame detailing his upbringing, career highlights and legacy in Nashville.
  • Named Academy of Country Music Artist of the Decade in 2020, reflecting his enormous commercial success and stadium drawing power.
  • Has won multiple American Country Awards, Billboard Music Awards, CMT Music Awards and Country Music Association honors.
  • Regarded as one of country’s 21st century superstars who broadened the genre’s sound by infusing hard-hitting Southern rock energy into the Nashville mainstream.

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