Jason Aldean Expresses Love for Wife Brittany Aldean: ‘My Rock’
Jason Aldean is showcasing his appreciate for his wife, Brittany.
Jason Aldean, Brittany Aldean; Photo via Instagram
Jason Aldean took a moment to show some appreciation for his wife, Brittany Aldean, with a sweet social media shoutout.
The Georgia native shared a new photo of the couple across his social media accounts on Sunday morning (Oct. 8) and included a simple, but meaningful caption: “My rock.”
Brittany was quick to respond to the country star, writing, ”Love you, babe” in the comments section of his post.
The couple, along with their two children, Memphis and Navy, have been enjoying time on the West Coast amid the singer’s HIGHWAY DESPERADO Tour. While visiting California, the Aldean family visited Disneyland where they took in the sights and sounds of the popular theme park together, according to social media posts.
In addition to balancing family life on tour, Jason Aldean is also preparing to release his 11th studio album, HIGHWAY DESPERADO. On Friday (Oct. 6), he gave fans another taste of the forthcoming project with the release of “Whiskey Drink,” which was co-written by Kurt Allison, Jonathan Edwards, Tully Kennedy, and John Morgan.
The track is a mid-tempo breakup song that finds Aldean begging his “Whiskey Drink” to help him drown out the memories of his ex. While he recognizes, “it might take all night/ to get her off my mind,” he’s determined to let the intoxication take hold as he attempts to erase the painful memories.
“Come on, kick in, whiskey drink/ I don’t wanna think, think, think/ About who she’s with or where she is/ Or how bad I miss her now/ Come on, cigarette/ Yeah, smoke out that regret/ Pour it straight and strong, make her memory gone/ Before you let me leave/ Come on, whiskey drink, oh/ Come on, whiskey drink,” Aldean sings on the chorus.
New Album Coming Soon
This track follows the release of “Let Your Boys Be Country,” “Tough Crowd,” and the Hot 100 chart-topping single, “Try That In A Small Town.”
The reigning ACM Artist of the Decade is set to release the 14-track project on Friday, November 3, 2023. HIGHWAY DESPERADO follows Aldean’s double 10th studio album, MACON, GEORGIA, which spawned hits such as “Trouble with a Heartbreak” and “If I Didn’t Love You,” his chart-topping duet with Carrie Underwood.
Aldean revealed that the album’s title drew inspiration from his recent sold-out headlining arena tour and his early years as a touring artist.
“I think when I look back on it, I built my career early on my live show, and have been on the road touring since I was 18 years old. For us, touring is our favorite part. Getting on the bus and going town to town and playing our shows and doing our thing and seeing the fans… the title for the tour and album was really inspired from that,” he shared in a statement.
2023 Tour Underway
As his fans anticipate the arrival of the album, they can still catch him on tour through October 28 when the trek is set to wrap in Tampa, Florida at the Mid-Florida Credit Union Amphitheatre.
Jason Aldean’s next scheduled tour date is set for October 12 at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
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