Who influenced Jason Aldean? Did Jason Aldean sell his music?

“Wide Open,” Jason Aldean’s third album, was released on April 7, 2009, with the lead-off single “She’s Country” released on December 1, 2008. The song debuted at No. 51 on the Hot Country Songs list, becoming his seventh Top 40 hit in a row.

It was also his debut appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, where he eventually reached number one. The single that followed, “Big Green Tractor,” became his third number-one smash. “Wide Open” debuted at number two on the Billboard Top Country Albums list.

The third song from the album, “The Truth,” likewise hit number one, and was followed by the fourth single, “Crazy Town,” which peaked at number two on the country charts.

Aldean collaborated with Bryan Adams on an episode of CMT Crossroads in May 2009, which aired on June 26, 2009. In an interview, Aldean revealed his excitement about working on the album with Randy Owen, a member of Alabama.

On August 25, 2009, he also released a live DVD named “Wide Open Live & More”. Aldean garnered three nominations for his song “The Truth” and his performance of “Heaven” with Bryan Adams at the 2010 CMT Music Awards.

Who influenced Jason Aldean?

George Strait, Hank Williams Jr., Keith Whitley, Alabama, and Lynyrd Skynyrd are a few of Aldean’s musical influences. In 2005, Jason Aldean, his debut album, was made available. Relentless came after it in 2007. Wide Open, Aldean’s third album, was made available in 2009.

Did Jason Aldean sell his music?

Yes, Spirit Music Group buys the majority of Jason Aldean’s music catalog for $100 million. Spirit Music Group, an independent music publisher, has purchased 90% of Jason Aldean’s recorded music collection.