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Jason Aldean Announces Summer Tour

As a child, Jason Aldean dreamed of playing in Major League ballparks but as an athlete.  He thought that baseball might be his career but it didn’t work out that way.  Instead he’s one of the biggest stars in country music.  Jason was on Good Morning America this morning to announce that he will team up with Major League Baseball this summer for his Burn It Down Tour.  He’ll be playing ballparks and ampitheatres all across the country.  The tour will also feature Miranda Lambert (select dates), Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr.

Tonight, Jason Aldean will be joining George Strait as he kicks off his final headling tour in Louisiana.

E! News put together a list of the most expensive jewelry ever worn on the red carpet and one of country music’s biggest stars tops the list.  Carrie Underwood wore a $31 million necklace at the Grammy awards.  Carrie kicked off the new year volunteering at an animal shelter.  She traded in her fancy gowns and bling for a sweatshirt and ballcap to help clean out pens and she loved it.

Tim McGraw took home the first ever, Country Icon award at the People’s Choice Awards last night.  Taylor Swift was voted Favorite Country Artist.

 

 

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