Jason Aldean was born in 1977 with his real name Jason Aldine Williams in Macon, Georgia. When he was three, his parents divorced and he passes school time with his mother and summer time with father. During summer vacation he spends with his father, he learned to play guitar. And when parents noticed that he has musical talents, they encouraged him to improve his skills.


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At the age of 15 after high school, Jason Aldean joined the "house band" and performed in small events locally. At the time, he started writing his own songs and performs them. After Jason met Lawrence Mathis and signed as his manager, he got a record deal from independent label "Broken Bow Records» after two previous sings and drops.

The first single of Jason Aldean Hicktown was released in early 2005. The single is from his album titled after his name “Jason Aldean”. And thanks to the album of which single “Why” topped the Top Country Songs chart, Jason named Top New Male Vocalist at Academy of Country Music Awards In 2006. In 2007, Jason released Relentless, his second album that debuted at number four on Billboard Hot 200.

The 3rd album of Jason Aldean was to come in 2009 and wasn’t less successful than his two previous albums. The album titled “Wide Open” reached number 4 on Hot 200. In 2010, Jason released "My Kinda Party" and followed by his fifth album "Night Train" in 2012.

Aldean got engaged to his high school love Jessica Ussery, in 2001 and they have two daughters. In 2013, the couple filed for divorce for irreconcilable differences as Aldean cited.

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