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Jason Aldean Brings His ‘Night Train’ to the 2013 CMA Awards

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Jason Aldean brought ‘Night Train’ to the 2013 CMA Awards, and he chugged himself to a very satisfying performance. 

The singer, wearing a muted red button-down shirt and his signature cowboy hat, played his acoustic guitar with a full band, and his performance was spot-on.

Fittingly, the band played the song from inside of a huge open boxcar, and you could almost picture Aldean choo-chooing across the tracks as (real) sparks flew off of the wheels. In fact, it was so believable, you had to blink twice to make sure it wasn’t actually moving.

The ambiance of Aldean’s performance reminded us of his ‘Night Train’ video, which gave fans a firsthand look at his concert experience. The song is the title track from his fifth studio album, and he first introduced it at the 2013 CMT Music Awards.

With a strong performance, it’s safe to say that Aldean conducted his way into many more fans hearts this evening.

Next: Full List of 2013 CMA Awards Winners

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