Jason Aldean has been driving his 'Big Green Tractor' at the top spot on the country chart for two weeks, so his record label, Broken Bow, parked nine John Deere tractors - all big, all green - on Music Row this week to mark the ocassion.

"I can definitely feel the love," Jason tells CMT.

On Monday (Aug. 31), Jason had a day off, which he would normally spend at home with his family, but had some business meetings to attend in downtown Nashville. He was making his way to Music Row when the sight of the shiny green machines caught him by surprise.

"I was driving down 17th, and was totally caught off-guard by the tractors parked up and down the street," says Jason, "I guess the record label and publishing companies and everyone had set it up ... but no one told me about it, so I almost wrecked trying to read the signs on them to see if they were there for me. I have dreamed about having a few big No. 1 hits back-to-back for a very, very long time, so it just feels really good to have the Nashville music community supporting me."

Jason has also just released 'Wide Open Live and More,' his first concert DVD, featuring a live version of 'Big Green Tractor.'