Country music singer-songwriter Jason Aldean took advantage of a snowy day in Nashville, going out with his kids to enjoy the weather.
Aldean shared images from his outing on Instagram and Twitter. Weather forecasters let people living in middle Tennessee, including Nashville, know ahead of Friday morning that there was a possibility of getting up to half an inch of snow.
The snowfall that hit Nashville wasn’t going to last beyond Friday as Saturday’s forecast showed sunshine and temperatures around 40 degrees. That kind of weather tends to melt any accumulations of snow on the ground.
Yet Aldean and his children weren’t thinking about Saturday at all. They went out there and had a good time under cloudy skies after the snowfall early Friday morning. Snowball fights and riding around with Dad were on the schedule.
Jason Aldean Has to ‘Get Creative’ for Deer Stand Setup
Meanwhile, Jason Aldean is trading in his guitar for a bow. The country singer turned his attention recently to getting his next trophy buck. And he had to get a little creative to do it.
Aldean’s deer stand setup is probably not what you would expect from a millionaire country star. Sometimes, desperate times call for desperate measures. Aldean knows how to poke a little fun at himself and his unconventional setup.
The country singer tagged his buddies over at Buck Commander. Several of his fellow country singers are part of the deer hunting crew, including Luke Bryan. He credits them with reuniting his passion for the outdoors.
“With that crew, I rediscovered how fun it was … being in deer camp, filming everything and just hanging out with a bunch of your buddies,” Aldean told Petersen’s Hunting. “I’d never really done it like that before. It sparked a whole new interest for me.”
But where did Aldean first find his love for hunting and fishing? It was a tradition passed down to his father. And it’s something that Aldean is also passing down to his kids as well.
“I am an outdoorsman, I like to hunt and fish and anything outdoors like that,” Aldean told iHeart Radio. “I got into hunting and fishing and that kind of stuff through my dad and my granddad. Probably like anything else wanting to go hang out with them when they were going to go do those sorts of things. I just sort of found a passion for it myself and fell in love with it. It’s something I do now with my daughters. Hopefully with my son when he gets a little older.”