Jason Aldean Looks Forward to New Tour, Album

Jason Aldean's career has been red-hot with hits like “She's Country,” “The Truth” and “Crazy Town.” While Jason has been working hard on Brooks & Dunn's The Last Rodeo tour, he told reporters during the CMA Music Festival that he is looking forward to his own upcoming headlining tour and new album. “We’re about halfway finished with the next album. We’ve cut maybe 10 or 11 songs so far,” he said backstage during a press conference.

While current single “Crazy Town” is climbing the chart, Jason's next single will be off the new album. "We haven’t decided it yet, but we’ve narrowed it down between two songs, I believe," he said. "Hopefully the album will be out in November. We’re working on it whenever we have a day off [from touring].”

After performing at fairs and festivals during the summer as well as with Brooks & Dunn, Jason's headlining tour is set to kick off in September.

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