Jason Aldean is an American country music singer, songwriter, along record producer. Aldean signed to Broken Bow Records since the year 2005. He has released nine albums and 35 singles with this record label. He released an album called ‘My kinda party’ in 2010. This album was certified quadruple-platinum by the Recording Industry Association Of America(RIAA). Also, he released an album named ‘Night Train’ in 2012, which was approved double-platinum. His more 3-4 albums are platinum-certified.
Early Life Of Jason Aldean
Jason was born on February 28, 1977, in Macon, Georgia. His parents got divorced while he was just three years old. His mother raised him in Macon, and he used to spend his summertime with his father in Homestead, Florida. Jason’s father has a significant contribution in teaching him how to play guitar. He received support from his parents to grow in music. When he was 14, he used to watch the country-music awards and wanted to perform on stage. He performed at the local hall of fame with the help of his mother. Afterward, he began performing at local fairs and talent contests. He became a part of the ‘house band’ at the age of 15.
Some Interesting Facts about Jason Aldean
- Jason’s birth name was Jason Aldine Williams. He changed his stage name to Jason Aldean when he began his career.
- He was once a delivery boy. He used to work in Pepsi Company.
- Jason is fond of criminal investigation shows.
- He loves to have popcorn.
- Jason revealed that he is a fan of the film ‘The Notebook.’
Net Worth of Jason
Jason Aldean is having an estimated net worth of $80 Million. He has given great songs, namely ‘Big green tractor,’ ‘She’s country,’ ‘Hicktown,’ and ‘Dirt road anthem.’ He has won six Academy of country music awards, four billboard music awards and has also been nominated for Grammy Awards.
In the year 2015, Forbes estimated his annual income at $43.5 Million. Aldean was considered the seventh highest-earning and well-paid musician. Aldean was ranked at 98 on Forbes’ Celebrity list in the year 2017.