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Jason Aldean celebrates his 47th birthday today (2/28). Since he hit the country music scene in the early 2000s, Jason has checked all the boxes for country superstardom, including big album sales, number-one songs, and winning awards. He won the ACM's coveted Entertainer of the Year award in 2016, 2017, and 2018. In November, Aldean released his [inlink id="jason-aldean-new-album-release" text="11th studio album"], dubbed Highway Desperado. Jason said about the album, "I think when I look back on it, I built my career early on my live show and have been on the road touring since I was 18 years old. For us, touring is our favorite part. Getting on the bus and going town to town and playing our shows and doing our thing and seeing the fans … the title for the tour and album was really inspired from that." Aldean had a hand in writing three of the new album's 14 songs and reunited with his longtime producer, Michael Knox, on the project. Jason is a co-writer on "Hungover in a Hotel," "Breakup Breakdown," and the album's title track. The project marks his first since his double album, Macon, Georgia, which was released in 2021 and 2022. Next month, Jason is teaming up with Kid Rock to bring seven small towns in America headlining country stars. The Rock the Country Festival will play out in 2024, beginning in April, with shows in Gonzalez, Louisianna, Ashland, Kentucky, Rome, Georgia, and more. According to the tour's official website, Rock The Country, each show promises a lineup of artists from a curated list of hitmakers: Miranda Lambert, Hank Williams Jr., Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Brantley Gilbert are four taking part in some or each of these shows. Lee Brice, Nelly, Warren Zeiders, and Randy Houser are also on the bill. Jason Aldean and Kid Rock's 2024 Rock the Country Festival Dates: April 5-6 — Gonzalez, La. @ Lamar-Dixon Expo Center April 19-20 — Ashland, Ky. @ Boyd County Fairgrounds May 10-11 — Rome, Ga. @ Kingston Downs June 7-8 — Ocala, Fla. @ Majestic Oaks Ocala June 21-22 — Mobile, Ala. @ The Grounds July 28-29 — Poplar Bluffs, Mo. @ Brick's Offroad Parks July 26-27 — Anderson, S.C. @ Anderson Sports and Entertainment Center RELATED: Jason, Morgan, And More Pay Tribute To Toby Keith

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