Jason Aldean Hosts Platinum Party

Jason Aldean celebrated the million-selling success of his self-titled debut album at an industry party at Nashville restaurant Cabana, June 7.

Jason thanked his record label, Broken Bow, for believing in him. “Just when I was ready to move back home to Georgia, these guys took a chance on me,” Jason noted. “I definitely wouldn’t be here without them.” Before the party, Jason spoke to Country Weekly about how important the fans are to him. “If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t be here,” Jason said. “You wouldn’t be interested in what I’ve got to say. I mean, they’re the ones who give us a career.” Jason’s album produced the No. 1 hit “Why,” along with the Top 10 singles “Hicktown” and “Amarillo Sky.”

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