Jason’s Aldean’s 37th birthday may be February 28th, but from the looks of it, the boy from Georgia received a very special birthday present last weekend from a guy from Alabama.
At his sold-out Nashville tour stop on February 21, Aldean was joined on stage by Alabama’s lead singer Randy Owen for a collaboration in which the two sang a rousing version of “Tennessee River” along with an awe-inspiring acoustic version of “My Home’s in Alabama.”
“Are you Southern born or Southern bred?” Owens shouted up to the rafters midway into the song.
The performance was certainly a bucket list-type of moment for Aldean, who has long told and sung of his love for the award winning-country group. And there are plenty more moments this year that Aldean is sure to be looking forward to, including the continuation of his “2015 Burn It Down Tour” and his tenth annual “Concert for the Cure” that will take place in West Palm Beach in October 24.
“We’re always looking for ways to raise more money for (Susan G.) Komen, but it’s also really important to me to take time to support people in all stages of the battle against this disease,” said Aldean in a recent press release.
“This year, we’re going to be sure we take the time every night to single out and celebrate a couple of fans who have won the fight and hopefully beat our record with a huge check for Komen this fall.”