Jason Aldean is known for his energetic live performances, and now fans who haven't had a chance to go to one of his shows can get a glimpse of him in action.

The singer's video for his latest single, 'When She Says Baby,' was filmed while Aldean performed his sold-out show at the University of Georgia's Sanford Stadium, as part of his Night Train to Georgia tour.

The Georgia native says playing in the iconic stadium was important to him, especially since he was the first artist to perform a show in the venue.

“I didn’t want to pick a handful of stadiums just to say we were going to play stadiums, I wanted to play places that were special to me, and places that I really dug," he says.

"Being from Georgia and being a big [University of] Georgia fan, this was number one on my list, but they’ve never had a show here, so it was one of those things, ‘That would really be cool, but they’ve never done it before and I don’t know if they’ll let us do it."

The 36-year-old says that concert was one of the highlights of his career. "That day in Athens will always be one of my proudest accomplishments," he notes. "I've been working my whole career to get to this point where I can go into a stadium like Sanford, which I've idolized my whole life, and leave a mark. I watch it back now to remember the details because it was all overwhelming and a pretty surreal moment for me."

'When She Says Baby' is also included on Aldean's 'Night Train to Georgia' DVD -- a 90-minute film that includes concert clips, as well as interviews with Aldean and a behind-the-scenes look at his life on the road. Purchase the DVD here.