Jason Aldean to Stream Stripped-Down Show Via Tidal
Aldean is headlining the first night of the stadium shows that are part of CMA Fest, but before he takes the stage, he'll perform a rare stripped-down and intimate set from a secret location in Nashville. Tidal will stream the show, which will be accessible to members and non-members alike.
“I just always want to keep finding ways to do something special for my fans,” Aldean says in a press release. “We’re going to track down some of our biggest in town this week for CMA Music Fest and do something we don’t get to do very often. And, whether you’re in Nashville or not, Tidal’s going to help make sure everyone gets a front row seat, which is really cool."
Aldean is headed into a very big summer. He has just released the video for his latest single, "Lights Come On," which gives fans a look at his life both onstage and off while on the road.
“You have a lot of people out here who spent money to buy a ticket to see our show. It’s our job to go out every night and make sure they have a great time and forget whatever cares they’ve got going on and to let loose for a little while," he states.
"Lights Come On" is the first single from Aldean's upcoming seventh studio album, which is projected for release this summer. He is currently on the road with his Six String Circus Tour, which runs through October and includes Thomas Rhett and A Thousand Horses.
Aldean's live concert will stream at 3PM CT on June 9 via Tidal. Taste of Country readers will also get to see the special streaming event by returning to our site at that time.
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