Monday, October 15, 2012

Jason Aldean's 'Night Train' release week festivities

Jason Aldean's highly anticipated new album Night Train arrives in retail outlets tomorrow. This week's national media appearances include Good Morning America (10/16) and Live! with Kelly and Michael (10/17). The following day (10/18), fans can track Aldean and release week surprises at the official web site listed below. 

"We posted the full stream of the album on iTunes this past week, and the fan reaction has been incredible…really more than I ever expected," says Aldean.
"They've been messaging me and tweeting about their favorite songs, and I love getting that feedback directly from them. I named the album Night Train because I think it sums up where my career is at the moment and how quickly things seem to be moving…it's almost hard for me to even comprehend. That name wouldn't work without my fans, so I want to thank them for allowing me to continue to make records and for buying tickets to my shows. 2013 is already stacking up to be an exciting year with some big surprises in store for them!"
The new album's songs include an unapologetic celebration of the American work ethic on "The Only Way I Know" (a collaboration with Luke Bryan and Eric Church), the intense vocal deliveries of mid-tempo love songs "Staring At The Sun" and the title track, and one that's sure to prompt nostalgia for the year "1994." It aready produced the three-week No. 1 single “Take A Little Ride” and comes after the top-selling country album of 2011 and reigning CMA Album of the Year, My Kinda Party.

He recently earned three Country Music Association Awards nominations for the Nov. 1 show, in the categories of Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Single of the Year for "Dirt Road Anthem."
Additionally, Aldean has sold out every show on his My Kinda Party tour and broke over 40 venue attendance records. The tour has sold 1.9 million tickets and wraps Oct. 27 in Dallas.

For a full list of appearances and more information on the new album, visit

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