Jason Aldean details ‘Georgia’

Part two of double album features 15 tracks

Grammy-nominee Jason Aldean reveals more details behind the expansive 10th release of his double album Macon Georgia via Macon Music/Broken Bow Records, available April 22nd. Built slow through long months off the road, Aldean’s full 10th studio album represents the first chunk of time since Aldean was a teen that he was not hopping from city to city each night, and he put it to good use. Part all-new music and part career retrospective, highlighting the fiery live shows Aldean’s made his calling card, the massive set features 30 songs over two jam-packed releases – with 20 new tunes and 10 unheard live takes showcasing everything he does.

The full release will also be marked by a commemorative three-disc vinyl set which includes an autographed edition, while supplies last. The collection’s second installment, Georgia, comes in April with Macon released earlier this fall.

“We’ve always tried to lean toward more songs than less…and this album is no different,” Aldean explains. “We decided to pepper in some of the live tracks we’ve had stockpiled for a while. After nine albums and 16 years of recording, I hope people can tell I wanted to make this tenth album fun and different from anything we’ve done before.”

Leading into the release of the second installment, Georgia, Aldean will release a new track. Fans now have access to the first track called “Whiskey Me Away.”

CD

  1. Whiskey Me Away
  2. Trouble With A Heartbreak
  3. The State I’m In
  4. Midnight And Missin’ You
  5. Ain’t Enough Cowboy
  6. God Made Airplanes
  7. My Weakness
  8. Holy Water
  9. Rock And Roll Cowboy
  10. Your Mama
  11. Take a Little Ride (Live from Las Vegas, NV)
  12. Burnin’ It Down (Live from St. Louis, MO)
  13. Any Ol’ Barstool (Live from Knoxville, TN)
  14. Rearview Town (Live from St. Louis, MO)
  15. Blame It On You (Live from Manchester, TN)

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