It’s been an entire year since Jason Aldean released his hit album, ‘9’! Check out how he’s celebrating the milestone for fans & followers.
Country megastar Jason Aldean has been making the best of quarantine. Or rather, his family has been making the best of it with him (his wife is a hoot). The ongoing pandemic hasn’t stopped Aldean from keeping busy, however.
As a result, he’s able to celebrate the 1-year anniversary of his ‘9’ album. The release is his 9th studio album, pegging it with quite the appropriate name. Featuring new country staples like “Blame it On You” and “Tattoos and Tequila”, ‘9’ debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Now, to celebrate ‘9’s first anniversary, Jason Aldean & team have something special planned for fans. Announcing on Twitter today, Aldean’s team lets loose the news.
“Jason’s album ‘9’ was released one year ago today!” they start off. “To celebrate, there is a limited quantity of signed ‘9’ vinyl available + if you shop today receive a free gift with purchase of $15 or more in the Jason Aldean Online Store.”
Following the link Aldean provides leads to his official website store. Within, the special edition, autographed records are only $50. Honestly, that’s far less than we were expecting.
Jason Aldean Makes the Best of 2020
‘9’s anniversary isn’t all the star’s been up to. Aldean fans will have, no doubt, caught his electric CMA awards performance.
Jason absolutely crushed the CMA Awards in honor of Charlie Daniels with “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” alongside a star-studded ensemble.
The CMA Award’s executive producer, Robert Deaton, says of the opening performance: “We are honored, in this very challenging time, to help provide an escape and deliver a live awards show experience unlike any other this year.” And deliver they did.
Few icons have produced a song like “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.” Just this July, the song’s mastermind, legend Charlie Daniels, left us after suffering a stroke. His incredible legacy, however, lives on forever. In fact, the 54th Annual CMA Awards ensured it.
Absolutely slaying Devil for the night’s opening performance, Jason Aldean spearheads the song of the evening in honor of Daniels. Alongside him playing other Charlie Daniels hits are none other than Dierks Bentley, The Brothers Osborne, and Ashley McBryde.
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