Aldean, the brand’s first-ever celebrity marketing partner, will be at the forefront of a new 360 marketing campaign, “Traditions.”
The cards will be available for purchase in select Walmart stores beginning in mid-October. Each card will cost $4.99 plus tax.
The ceremony, hosted by Lady Antebellum, will be held at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday, Aug. 30.
Rhett might have been a little apprehensive with adding “Vacation” to his setlist back in January, but thankfully fans responded in a very positive manner.
RaeLynn took over the Sounds Like Nashville Instagram account to give fans and readers a behind-the scenes look of what goes on before and after at Watershed Festival!
While Rhett keeps climbing the charts with his singles, he takes time to think about how lucky he is to be in his position at his No. 1 parties.
The legend himself, Garth Brooks, set his place at No. 4 on the list with a total of $55.7 million grossed during his year on tour.
Check out which songs Swindell likes to listen to on the weekend and be sure to catch him on the Dig Your Roots Tour with Florida Georgia Line, The Cadillac Three and Kane Brown throughout the rest of the summer.
“… Hearing her voice on it and how our voices blended together, it really worked and sounded great,” he said.
“‘A Little More Summertime’ really hit me the first time I heard it,” said Aldean.
It’s been quite the year for Aldean and he’s topping it off with the announcement of his album release date and title, as well as earning his 17th top of the charts single with “Lights Come On.”
The special will be hosted by Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett.
The music industry in Nashville is known for its love of co-writes, but that wasn’t the main reason Thomas Rhett decided to throw 14 writers onto his track, “Vacation.”
“…people always have a ton of questions, so we figured we’d answer a couple questions,” said Aldean.
“Being on the road with FGL last year, I got really close to Brian and Tyler and when you go separate ways, it kinda sucks,” Rhett says.
According to police, the Pinellas County man posed as Jason Aldean on Facebook.
This year’s ACM Entertainer of the Year kicked off his high-energy set with his smash-hit “Just Gettin’ Started.”
The 2016 CMA Fest Nightly Concert at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium on Thursday (June 9) kicked off with a bang and numerous surprises!