JASON ALDEAN SOMEBODY'S HERO

New singer Jason Aldean, whose debut single, "Hicktown," is climbing the charts, did an anonymous good deed last week-but somebody spilled the beans. According to X Radio Networks, Jason stopped by a Nashville radio station for a visit and overheard the deejay talking with a lady who'd won tickets to last week's Alan Jackson concert in Nashville. Problem was, the lady wanted to give back the tickets because she was blind and didn't have an escort to take her to the show. Unbeknownst to the deejay, Jason excused himself during his radio interview to make a phone call. By the time he'd left the station, he'd arranged for the woman to be picked up, taken to dinner before the show, escorted to the show and returned home! And country fans, take note-Jason wasn't seeking publicity for his kindness, because this all occurred off the air.

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