Jason Aldean Is Over His Divorce: “I Don’t Think About That”

“It's a done deal and I don't dwell on those things.”

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Think the pain of Jason Aldean’s divorce is going to show up in his next album? Think again.

“The music may reflect it a little bit, but to me, stuff happens,” Jason tells Illinois’ Quad-City Times.

“It’s a done deal and I don’t dwell on those things. I’m all right. I don’t think about that.”

Will fans be looking for his songs to be related to his divorce?

“Whatever. That’s in the eye of the beholder, I guess,” he said. “People can think whatever they want. My feeling is that I'm going to go record an album and I’m going to find the best songs I can find.”

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