“Rearview Town” marks his fourth consecutive radio chart topper from the album of the same name
ACM “Artist of the Decade” Jason Aldean earns his 23rd career No. 1 as his latest single, the nostalgic title track behind his No. 1 album Rearview Town (Broken Bow Records) takes the top spot on both Mediabase/Country Aircheck Singles chart and Billboard’s Country Airplay this week. Serving as the fourth consecutive No. 1 single off Aldean’s eighth studio album, the “relatable premise” (Huffington Post) behind “Rearview Town” follows a trifecta of multi-week back-to-back chart-toppers; “Girl Like You,” “Drowns The Whiskey” and “You Make It Easy.” The genre-blending song features “blustery production” (Rolling Stone) that stands for a “metaphor of his own life” (Associated Press) and shows “why he’s connected with audiences representing ‘rearview towns’ all over the world,” (CMT).
Known to “immediately turn up the velocity” (Calgary Herald) as he is “one of the top live performers in the current country music landscape,” (UPROXX), Aldean continues to make “fan fervor reach a roar” (Times Colonist) during his 2019 Ride All Night Tour that will wrap at the Texas’ Rangers Globe Life Park on October 11th. The “reliable performer” (OC Register) will also make his return to Las Vegas, December 6-8th for Jason Aldean: Ride All Night Vegas at Park Theater at Park MGM.
Aldean is known for “pushing the boundaries of country music” (USA Today) as “he sells out stadiums and continues to bring his singles to the top of the radio charts,” (Forbes). The multi-platinum entertainer has ushered in more than four billion digital streams while selling over 18 million albums. Aldean is only the second country act in history to score four consecutive chart-toppers on the all-genre Billboard 200 albums chart with his current album Rearview Town, with six of his previous LPs having achieved platinum certification or better.
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