Jason Aldean Honors Blue Collar America in ‘They Don’t Know’ Video
Jason Aldean understands blue collar America, he's honoring that portion of society in his "They Don't Know" video.
Aldean borrows some of the energetic shots he's gathered while being on the road for the 2017 They Don't Know Tour that include him rocking out on stage and passionately singing his heart out, while a stadium full of diehard fans cheer him on. The country superstar also shines a spotlight on the farmers and hard-working people he sings about in the song by incorporating clips of a humble man tending to his field, mud-covered trucks and people thoroughly enjoying their backwoods lifestyle as they tear through the land on a four wheeler.
"Every mile and every face I've seen along the way is reflected in making this life on the road so much more than I could've imagined," Aldean says at the opening of the video, speaking of what the tour means to him. "That's what this tour stands for, it stands for you — it stands for us."
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"They Don't Know" is the fourth single off the album of the same name, released in 2016. It follows the three No. 1 singles "Lights Come On," "A Little More Summertime" and "Any Ol' Barstool," with the album itself debuting in the top spot on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, in addition to the Top Country and Top Independent Albums charts.
The "She's Country" singer launched his 2017 tour on April 27 in Toledo, Ohio and the trek keeps him very busy throughout the year as he criss crosses the U.S. and Canada with opening acts Chris Young, Kane Brown and newcomer Dee Jay Silver. Aldean and his wife Brittany Kerr dropped some major news that they are expecting a baby boy later in the year.
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