On December 1st, 2008, Jason Aldean’s third album, “Wide Open,” debuted with the opening track, “She’s Country.” The song debuted at No. 51 on the Hot Country Songs chart and became his sixth straight Top 40 success.
In addition, it was his first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, where he eventually reached his highest position. The following single was “Big Green Tractor,” his third number-one single. “Wide Open” debuted at No. 2 on the Top Country Albums list.
“The Truth,” the third track from the album, also debuted at number one. “Crazy Town,” the fourth single, then reached its highest point on the country charts at number two.
For a CMT Crossroads episode that aired on June 26, 2009, Aldean and Bryan Adams worked together in May 2009. In an interview, Aldean expressed his joy in working on the record with Randy Owen, a member of Alabama. He also released a live DVD on August 25, 2009, titled “Wide Open Live & More.”
At the 2010 CMT Music Awards, Aldean’s songs “The Truth” and his duet with Bryan Adams on “Heaven” both received three nominations.
What did Jason Aldean do before he was famous?
Where did Jason Aldean work before he was famous? Aldean started playing at local talent shows when he was 14 years old with the assistance of his mother. A year later, he formed a band. He changed his name from Aldine to Aldean because he wanted to stick out more among singers. After finishing high school, Aldean began performing in clubs.