Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan Surprise Fans

Alabama's Randy Owen Joins Jason and Luke at concert.

photo by Chris Hollo/Hollo Photographics

Jason Aldean and tourmate Luke Bryan knew just how to ratchet up and already amped-up crowd in Huntsville, Ala., Thursday night (Feb. 23): they brought out favorite son Randy Owen of Alabama to sing with them.

During a portion of Jason's headlining set usually dedicated to Jason and pal Luke playing a couple of acoustic numbers saluting their heroes, the pair introduced Randy to the screaming delight of fans at Huntsville's Von Braun Center.

"We usually screw up your songs when you're not here, but tonight you are here," Jason told Randy before the trio broke into Alabama's "Love in the First Degree."

The three-song set, which found fans rushing to the rear of the arena where the trio was performing on a second stage, also included "The Closer You Get" and a crowd-fueled "Dixieland Delight."

Jason's My Kinda Party 2012 Tour with Luke and Lauren Alaina hits Nashville on Friday (Feb. 24) and Tupelo, Miss., on Saturday.

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