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Jason Aldean celebrates 19 number one records in Nashville

The star was joined by the songwriters for his latest number 1 hits.

Jason Aldean
Credit: Steve Lowry

Jason Aldean took over Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon last Wednesday to celebrate achieving 19 number one records.

The star was also celebrating all of the singles from his latest album They Don’t Know hitting the top of the charts. To mark the occasion he gathered his friends and family to perform Lights Come On, A Little More Summertime and Any Ol’ Barstool with each of the tracks’ songwriters.

Fan’s were invited to the venue, where Aldean performed the showcase that landed him his Broken Bow Records deal, to watch the performance.

During the performance Aldean was joined by Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley (BMI) and Tyler Hubbard (BMI), as well as Jimmy Robbins (ASCAP), Jordan Schmidt (ASCAP), Brad Warren (BMI) and Brett Warren (BMI) to perform Lights Come On.

For a stripped-down version of They Don’t Know, Aldean was joined by songwriters Jerry Flowers (ASCAP), Tony Martin (BMI) and Wendell Mobley (BMI). The final song was Any Ol’ Barstool, which saw Aldean joined by songwriters Deric Ruttan (ASCAP) and Josh Thompson (BMI).

 

Photo caption: First row (L to R): Deric Ruttan, Brian Kelly, Tyler Hubbard, Jason Aldean, Josh Thompson, Michael Knox / Second Row (L to R): Wendell Mobley, Jimmy Robbins, Tony Martin, Brad Martin, Jordan Schmidt, Jerry Flowers, Brett Warren

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