Jason Aldean Donates Half a Million Bucks After New Orleans Concert for the Cure

Jason toasts breast cancer survivor in the front row: “We love the rack—y’all save ’em.”

photo by Erika Goldring/The Greenroom PR

Yes, Jason Aldean made a generous $575,000 donation to battle breast cancer Friday night (Oct. 25) during his annual Concert for the Cure in New Orleans.

But it might be the toast to the cancer survivor in the front row that most fans remember: "We love the rack—y’all save ’em!”

Jason also took a second to make fun of himself when he decided to offer the guys in the crowd some dating advice, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.

“I feel like I’m damn good at it,” he said. “Actually, I’m not that good at it.”

The ABC television network says Jason will talk with Robin Roberts about his divorce in a pre-CMA Awards special airing Nov. 5.

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