Along with his hits like “She’s Country,” “Big Green Tractor” and “Johnny Cash,” fans of Jason Aldean can expect the country star to play new music when he brings his latest tour to Oklahoma City Arena (formerly Ford Center) Thursday.
Aldean is releasing his anticipated new album “My Kinda Party” on Tuesday. It’s the follow-up to his breakout 2009 album “Wide Open,” which spawned the consecutive chart-toppers “She’s Country,” “Big Green Tractor” and “The Truth.” For the new record, he’s stayed on indie Broken Bow Records, which has been his label throughout his career.
“I’ve been lucky,” Aldean told The Oklahoman correspondent Ben Scott in a recent interview. “A lot of artists that come out have everything happen really quick. The first single explodes, and that instant fame can be hard to handle. But we’ve had a slow and steady calm to my career. Speaking of my own personal life, I’ve had time to adjust from ’05 until now. When you start on top of the mountain, you don’t really have anywhere else to climb.”
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