Are Jason Aldean And Brittany Aldean Raising A ‘Future Country Duo’?
Have Memphis and Navy caught the music bug?
Jason Aldean, Brittany Aldean, Memphis, Navy; Photos via Instagram
Jason Aldean and Brittany Aldean’s children are growing up and fans are loving the latest photo of the siblings.
Earlier this week, Brittany shared a snapshot of Memphis Aldean, 5, and Navy Rome, 4, to Instagram with the caption “future country duo.” In the snapshot, Memphis and Navy are posted on stairs wearing coordinating outfits. Navy added a pop of color to her outfit with a red bucket hat, while Memphis looks effortlessly cool with a backward ball cap atop his head.
The comments section was filled with responses from fans. Many shared their disbelief over how big the kids are getting, while others responded to Brittany’s comment on Memphis and Navy becoming a country duo.
“Future Country Duo”
“He’s a little bit country. She’s a little bit rock n roll. 🥰🥰,” one user wrote, while another questioned, “Can you EVEN IMAGINE how big a concert those two would have?!!🎤🎸🎧”
Their aunt, Kasi Rosa, replied,”I’m buying that pre-sale album ✅😎” and close family friend, Jenna Michelle Perdue, wife of Dee Jay Silver, was quick to give them the name “North Carolina – Georgia Line,” referring to Brittany’s homestate of North Carolina and Jason’s homestate of Georgia.
While it’s too early to tell if the Aldean children will follow in their father’s footsteps, it wouldn’t be a surprise as the country star previously said the “Aldean music bug strikes again” when it comes to Navy.
In 2021, the “That’s What Tequila Does” singer shared a video of Navy belting out the lyrics to “Let It Go” from the Frozen soundtrack.
He previously said he believes Memphis “has the music bug” in an Instagram post and told fans, “Get ready for Memphis Aldean in a few years, people!”
Eight Years Of Wedded Bliss
Jason and Brittany, who recently celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary, welcomed Memphis and 2017 and Navy in 2019. Since then, fans have watched them grow up on social media through posts shared from Jason and Brittany’s various social media accounts.
In 2020, Memphis and Navy appeared in Jason Aldean’s “Got What I Got” music video along with his eldest daughters, Kendyl and Keeley, from a previous marriage.
The Aldean family resides in Tennessee where they recently purchased a second home in the Nashville area. Brittany gave fans an inside look at their “funky” new home on Instagram where she shared many of their house details, including the inspiration behind their music-themed rooms.
The new home includes rooms themed after icons like Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, and Otis Redding.
According to Brittany, the couple plans to keep their sprawling Tennessee mansion in addition to their latest purchase.
“Funky” New Home
“We are actually in the process of moving… We’re going to be keeping this house that we have in Nashville,” she told her 2.4 million followers when she revealed that they were moving. “We actually love real estate investments if you guys haven’t noticed. We love moving and creating new spaces and remodeling homes and stuff. So, we ended up building a new house here about a year ago… so it’s been a whole year process and [we’re] finally moving in next week.”
They also own a beach house in Florida and a vacation home in Turks and Caicos.
See more of their new home HERE.
2023 is shaping up to be a busy year for Aldean, who recently announced his 41-city Highway Desperado Tour.
Mitchell Tenpenny, Corey Kent, and Dee Jay Silver will join him on the trek, which kicks off on July 14 at Behel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York.
In addition to his tour, Jason Aldean revealed that he has been in the studio working on his upcoming studio album.
Click HERE to view a list of his upcoming tour dates.
Lauren Jo Black
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