History Music / JasonAldean

17th Apr '18 6:15:45 PM Twentington
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* ShoutOut: "1994" repeatedly name-drops Joe Diffie and several of his songs.

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* ShoutOut: "1994" repeatedly name-drops Joe Diffie Music/JoeDiffie and several of his songs.
10th Apr '18 11:34:12 PM Twentington
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Aldean's first album was a solid enough release, bringing him three straight top 10 hits on the country charts, including the #1 hit "Why". The album included several co-writes from Big Kenny and John Rich of Big & Rich. He had the inevitable SophomoreSlump with ''Relentless'', but came back strong with ''Wide Open''. This third album produced three straight #1 hits, including "She's Country", which was the biggest country hit of 2009, and the ubiquitous "Big Green Tractor". And just to prove that he's back for good, ''My Kinda Party'' has produced five hits, including the Music/KellyClarkson duet "Don't You Wanna Stay". His subsequent albums have seen almost all of their singles top the charts, including "The Only Way I Know", a MassiveMultiplayerCrossover with Music/LukeBryan and Music/EricChurch, plus the electropop "Burnin' It Down", written by Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine.

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Aldean's first album was a solid enough release, bringing him three straight top 10 hits on the country charts, including the #1 hit "Why". The album included several co-writes from Big Kenny and John Rich of Big & Rich. He had the inevitable SophomoreSlump with ''Relentless'', but came back strong with ''Wide Open''. This third album produced three straight #1 hits, including "She's Country", which was the biggest country hit of 2009, and the ubiquitous "Big Green Tractor". And just to prove that he's back for good, ''My Kinda Party'' has produced five hits, including the Music/KellyClarkson duet "Don't You Wanna Stay". His subsequent albums have seen almost all of their singles top the charts, including "The Only Way I Know", a MassiveMultiplayerCrossover with Music/LukeBryan and Music/EricChurch, plus the electropop "Burnin' It Down", written by Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine.
Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine. The same duo also wrote the rocking "Lights Come On", the lead single to ''They Don't Know'', and the mellow ballad "You Make It Easy" from ''Rearview Town''.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Big Green Tractor, with lyrics like "I can take you for a ride on my big green tractor / We can go slow or make it go faster..." / "Climb up in my lap and drive if you want to…" and "Oh yeah yeah / We can go to town / Or we can go another round / On my big green tractor" could be about driving a tractor, or it could be a DoubleEntendre.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Big Green Tractor, with lyrics like "I can take you for a ride on my big green tractor / We can go slow or make it go faster..." / "Climb up in my lap and drive if you want to…" and "Oh yeah yeah / We "We can go to town / Or we can go another round / On my big green tractor" could be about driving a tractor, or it could be a DoubleEntendre.DoubleEntendre.
* IdiosyncraticAlbumTheming: From ''Old Boots, New Dirt'' onward, each album's lead single has been co-written by Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine ("Burnin' It Down", "Lights Come On", and "You Make It Easy").



* PowerBallad: "Don't You Wanna Stay" was generally praised by critics for feeling a lot like an '80s hair metal power ballad.

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* PowerBallad: "Don't You Wanna Stay" was generally praised by critics for feeling a lot like an '80s hair metal power ballad.Stay".
3rd Apr '18 7:49:10 PM Twentington
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* ''Rearview Town'' (2018)
21st Nov '17 6:12:34 PM dlchen145
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A prominent CountryMusic singer from Macon, Georgia. Jason Aldean, born Jason Aldine Williams, didn't exactly get off to a running start. Although he first hooked up with producer Michael Knox in the late 1990s, it took several failed record deals (including one with juggernaut Capitol Records) before the independent Broken Bow Records signed him in 2005.

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A prominent CountryMusic singer from Macon, Georgia. Jason Aldean, born (born Jason Aldine Williams, February 28, 1977) didn't exactly get off to a running start. Although he first hooked up with producer Michael Knox in the late 1990s, it took several failed record deals (including one with juggernaut Capitol Records) before the independent Broken Bow Records signed him in 2005.
5th Sep '17 2:28:24 PM Twentington
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Big Green Tractor, with lyrics like "I can take you for a ride on my big green tractor / We can go slow or make it go faster..." / "Climb up in my lap and drive if you want to…" and "Oh yeah yeah / We can go to town / Or we can go another round / On my big green tractor" could be about driving a tractor, or it could be a DoubleEntendre.
9th Aug '17 12:54:47 PM Twentington
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** He name-dropped Shiner Bock beer in his song "Take a Little Ride". A week after the single was released, the line was changed to "Rocky tops" because he had signed an endorsement deal with Coors, so his label sent out notes to radio stations asking them to play the "Rocky tops" version instead.
* RecordProducer: He has been exclusively produced by Michael Knox, who has very few credits otherwise. Also, his road band doubles as the production team New Voice Entertainment, who have produced for labelmates Thompson Square and Parmalee.

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** He name-dropped Shiner Bock beer in his song "Take a Little Ride". A week Ride" originally contained the line "Grab a little Shiner Bock". Only a few days after the single was released, the line was changed to "Rocky tops" because he single's release, Aldean had signed an endorsement deal with Coors, so his label sent out notes to radio stations asking them to play reissued the "Rocky song with the lyric changed to "Grab a couple Rocky tops" and asked that stations play that version instead.
* RecordProducer: He has been exclusively produced by Michael Knox, who has very few credits otherwise. Also, his road band doubles as the production team New Voice Entertainment, who have produced for labelmates Thompson Square and Parmalee.Parmalee (and for David Fanning, a member of said road band who has released a couple singles of his own).
1st Aug '16 2:10:29 PM Twentington
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* ''They Don't Know'' (2016)
20th May '16 12:31:01 PM Twentington
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* RecordProducer: He has been exclusively produced by Michael Knox, who has very few credits otherwise. Also, his road band doubles as the production team New Voice Entertainment, who have produced for labelmates Thompson Square and Parmalee.
20th May '16 12:29:24 PM Twentington
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* PowerBallad: "Don't You Wanna Stay" plays this so straight that one critic described it as "Music/BryanAdams meets Music/{{Heart}}".
** "Why" is also one to a lesser extent.

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* PowerBallad: "Don't You Wanna Stay" plays this so straight that one critic described it as "Music/BryanAdams meets Music/{{Heart}}".
** "Why" is also one to
was generally praised by critics for feeling a lesser extent.lot like an '80s hair metal power ballad.
20th May '16 12:28:46 PM Twentington
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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it. The first verse, from the businessmen's perspective, provides the page quote.

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* FanFlattering: Done in "Lights Come On":
-->Here's a little something to thank y'all for showing up\\
[[SingerNameDrop Aldean and the boys]] about to blow it up
* FlyoverCountry: Discussed Referenced in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it. The first verse, from the businessmen's perspective, provides the page quote.
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