Jason Aldean & Eric Church Are No “Outlaws”

“We’re all just a bunch of partiers,” Jason says. “We like to have fun, play music.”

Tuesday night (April 16) is the night for Keith Urban’s fourth annual We’re All for the Hall show in Nashville, benefiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

This year’s theme—“Rebels & Renegades: The Outlaws Are In.”

Just Jason Aldean says that he and a fellow “rebel” on the bill, Eric Church, aren’t exactly renegades.

“I guess I kinda get stuck with that a little bit sometimes,” Jason tells ABC News Radio, laughing.

“I think just because my music, the way it is, just kinda having that little bit of an aggressive sound. I think people just kind of look at it that way,” he said. “But I think that’s the case for a lot of guys.

“I mean, Eric’s the same way. I know Eric. He ain’t an outlaw. He likes to have fun, but he ain’t an outlaw. We’re all just a bunch of partiers. We like to have fun, play music.”

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