Jason Aldean has released ten studio albums, four live albums, a cover album, five extended plays, 37 singles and 39 music videos. The band has won nine Grammy Awards from 23 nominations, and its last six studio albums (beginning with Jason Aldean) have consecutively debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. In February 2018, the band announced a second set of North American tour dates, most of which for cities that they had not visited in up to thirty years.
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Jason Aldean is an American country music singer. Since 2005, Jason Aldean has been signed to Broken Bow Records, a record label for which he has released eight albums and 24 singles. His 2010 album, My Kinda Party, is certified quadruple-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). His 2012 album Night Train is certified double-platinum, while his 2005 self-titled debut, 2007 album Relentless, 2009 album Wide Open, 2014 album Old Boots, New Dirt are all certified platinum.
Of his singles, 19 have reached number one on either the Hot Country Songs or Country Airplay charts with “Why”, “She’s Country”, “Big Green Tractor”, “The Truth”, “Don’t You Wanna Stay” (a duet with Kelly Clarkson), “Dirt Road Anthem”, “Fly Over States”, “Take a Little Ride”, “The Only Way I Know” (a collaboration with Luke Bryan and Eric Church), “Night Train”, “When She Says Baby”, “Burnin’ It Down”, “Just Gettin’ Started”, “Tonight Looks Good on You”, “Lights Come On”, “A Little More Summertime”, “Any Ol’ Barstool”, “You Make It Easy”, and “Drowns the Whiskey” (a duet with Miranda Lambert). Eight more of his singles have reached the top 10.
On October 1, 2017, Aldean had just begun performing “When She Says Baby” at the Route 91 Harvest festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada when Stephen Paddock began firing into the crowd from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort. Aldean and his band managed to exit the stage unharmed, but 58 people were killed and 851 people were injured as a result of the incident. On October 7, 2017, Aldean opened Saturday Night Live with words of support for those hurting in the aftermath of the shooting. He then performed a cover of “I Won’t Back Down” by Tom Petty, who had died the day after the shooting.