Jason Aldean performed his white-hot hit "Burnin' It Down" on the 2015 iHeart Radio Music Awards on Sunday night (March 29).

Radio host Bobby Bones interviewed Aldean just minutes prior to his performance, mentioning that the fire marshal had banned the use of fire on stage for the evening. From the look of the stage, Aldean didn't take that to heart; his stage set featured leaping flames shooting all over the place as he performed the song, which was the lead single from his current album, Old Boots, New Dirt.

Aldean also took home Country Song of the Year honors for "Burnin' It Down" during the show, thanking his new wife, Brittany Kerr, his daughters and songwriters Chris Tompkins and Rodney Clawson.

The superstar is currently crossing the country on his Burn It Down tour, which features Cole Swindell and Tyler Farr as his opening acts.

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