Born in Macon, Georgia, Jason Aldean has been a country boy from the start. At fourteen years old, he performed at a VFW hall in Macon, igniting his passion for country music. Aldean signed with Broken Bow Records and released his self-titled debut album in 2005. His sophomore album, "Relentless," was issued two years later. With the release of "Wide Open" in 2009 came Aldean’s status as a major country star. “She’s Country,” “The Truth” and “Big Green Tractor” all cracked the pop Top 20, and “Crazy Town” rocketed to number two. "My Kinda Party" was released in 2010, generating three number one singles and two more number twos. Aldean’s fifth album, "Night Train," was released in 2012 and debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. "Old Boots, New Dirt," his most recent album, is set to hit shelves in October 2014.