It’s True — Jason Aldean Has a Literal ‘Big Green Tractor’
Jason Aldean doesn’t just sing about a “Big Green Tractor,” he actually owns one. Like many artists in and around…
Jason Aldean; Photo via Instagram
Jason Aldean doesn’t just sing about a “Big Green Tractor,” he actually owns one.
Like many artists in and around the Nashville area, Aldean ventured out into the Nashville snow to enjoy the winter weather. While outside on his “Night Train ranch,” the country superstar took a moment to pose alongside a giant John Deere tractor on his property.
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People in the comments section couldn’t help but call out the obvious – “Is that thee big green tractor,” asked singer/songwriter Michael Tyler.
Aldean was quick to respond, writing, “🤷🏻♂️ maybe 😂.”
Another Instagram user shared, “That’s a nice big green tractor 😂,” while others quoted lyrics from the song.
Aldean took “Big Green Tractor” to the top of the charts in 2009. The track was co-written by Jim Collins and Davis Lee Murphy and produced by Aldean’s longtime collaborator, Michael Knox.
Aldean’s post also included snapshots with his youngest children, Memphis and Navy, and a video of the kids throwing snowballs at him.
“Winter has officially hit Night Train Ranch,” the Georgia native captioned the post.
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Brittany Aldean also shared photos from their snow day outing, including an adorable picture of Memphis and Navy sporting minion beanies.
“My snow babies,” she captioned set of photos and videos.
Record-breaking snow fell throughout middle Tennessee on Thursday (Jan. 6). Areas raked in between 4 to 8 inches of snow, with Nashville setting a new record of daily snowfall with 6.3 inches of snow. The snowfall total beat out the previous record of 4 inches in 1977, according to WKRN.
Aldean will soon escape the winter wonderland when he heads to Mexico for Luke Bryan‘s Crash My Playa, which is set to take place January 19-22 in Riviera Cancun.
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