Jason Aldean Takes His ‘Party’ on the Road
Fresh off the release of his fourth studio album, 'My Kinda Party,' Jason Aldean has announced his plans for a 2011 headlining tour. The My Kinda Party tour will kick off on January 21 in Little Rock, Ark. and wrap up sometime in May. Only five of the 32 cities have been revealed, but Jason promises the show will be a "party" at every stop.
"This is the tour I've dreamed about putting together my whole life," says the Georgia native. "My band has never been tighter, and I finally have enough material and the kinda production to really take the songs to that next level for the fans. This [tour] is for my Mom who used to drive me to clubs when I wasn't even 16 yet, wait on me to play the same Alabama, John Anderson and George Strait covers every night, then drive me home and make me do my homework before bed. We've come a long way!"
Jason's new single from his 'My Kinda Party' album is 'Don't You Wanna Stay,' a duet with Kelly Clarkson. The two debuted the song last week on the 44th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville. Jason is nominated for American Music Awards in the Favorite Male Country Artist and Favorite Country Album categories, as well as Male Artist of the Year at the upcoming American Country Awards. He will also be honored as one of five CMT Artists of the Year with a television special on the network to air in December.
My Kinda Party tour dates:
January 21 – Little Rock, Ark.
January 22 – Fayetteville, Ark.
January 28 – Columbia, Mo.
January 29 – Tulsa, Okla.
January 30 – Lubbock, Texas
... With more to be announced soon!