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Latest Jason Aldean Items
Bruce Springsteen will headline the NCAA March Madness Music Festival next month in Dallas.
Like a lot of fans, I've always been fascinated hearing a country artist cover an unlikely song. The Dixie Chicks' fearless take on Fleetwood Mac's classic "Landslide." Sugarland's soaring, out-of-the-blue (and Grammy-nominated) version of "Life in a Northern Town."
There are so many huge tours by country artists these days — George Strait, Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean and at least a half-dozen others — it's easy to think it's always been this way.
Country superstar Jason Aldean is bringing his "Burn It Down Tour" to the New York State Fair on Aug. 30.
Single-day tickets for Bayou Country Superfest, to be held May 23 through May 25 at LSU's Tiger Stadium, are on sale. The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/1npfwkx ) two-day tickets for Saturday and Sunday are also available, in limited quantities.
Three years ago, Luke Bryan was a promising down-bill opening act. This summer he'll join the touring elite with three stadium dates planned as part of his That's My Kinda Night Tour.
NEW YORK (AP) — Jason Aldean is heading to the centerfield.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Clear Channel Media and Entertainment got such an overwhelming response to country music performers during the iHeartRadio Music Festivals, they've decided to start one geared toward country fans.
Upstarts taking on the establishment, new stars pushing out the old guard, grass-roots purists turning up their noses at those with more mainstream instincts — sounds like Washington and the past two years of the Republican Party, right?