Happy Album Anniversary to Jason Aldean’s Self-Titled Debut Release

Happy Album Anniversary to Jason Aldean’s Self-Titled Debut Release

On July 26th 2005 Jason Aldean released his self-titled debut album – and the rest is country music history.

The album features 11-tracks – including the three radio singles, “Hicktown,” “Amarillo Sky,” and “Why” – the first of his 25 number-1 songs on the Billboard country chart.

Jason says “17 years ago today I released my first album. I had no clue how much my life would forever change after that. I can never thank y’all enough for the life you have given to me and my family. I am forever grateful!”

Aldean latest project is his 10th album – which was actually a double album called Macon Georgia.

Georgia includes Jason’s current single at country radio, “That’s What Tequila Does.”

First album, latest album, and everything in between is what fans are getting treated to on Jason’s Rock N’ Roll Cowboy tour.

This weekend the tour stops in Charlotte, Virginia Beach, and York, PA.

Fans will be looking to hear this classic Jason Aldean hit live and in person – “Amarillo Sky.”

Photo Courtesy of Jason Aldean

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