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Jason Aldean played hit after hit when he closed down Stagecoach on Saturday night, day two of the country music festival.
His performance was viewable via AXS Television. Aldean treated his performance like a party and everyone was invited. He told the crowd, “Drink Up!” and reminded them of his name “just in case” they came to the wrong performance.
Jason Aldean is no rookie to country music, especially when it comes to Stagecoach. He is one of the few that can say he performed at the very first Stagecoach, which was back in 2007. He and his band have come a long way since then and he has the tracks to prove his progression. He delivered a performance that got better and better by the song, keeping his audience engaged and thrilled.
Jason Aldean’s setlist included “Crazy Town,” “Take a Little Ride,” “When She Says Baby,” “Night Train,” “Don’t You Wanna Stay,” “Dirt Road Anthem,” “She’s Country,” and “1994.”
According to the Los Angeles Times and the coverage that appeared on AXS, Aldean played a few clips of southern women talking about their trucks, beer, and horses. He wanted to showcase the authentic style of women in the south. He incorporated another visual when Kelly Clarkson appeared through a hologram to perform their duet, “Don’t You Wanna Stay,” which was a nice touch.
Jason even tweeted from his vacation to the sunny Indio, California, where golf is an everyday occurrence. He sure took advantage of it. After this, Jason will be taking Florida Georgia Line along on his new tour, titled Burn It Down.
— Jason_Aldean (@Jason_Aldean) April 26, 2014
Image via Twitter from Jason Aldean