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Aldean lives for Crazy Town

Friday, February 19, 2010 – Following on the heels of three consecutive multi-week number one hits, Jason Aldean will release a fourth single, Crazy Town, from "Wide Open" this week. The official add date at country radio is Monday, March 1.

"This song really is all about the love-hate relationship that every new artist has with Nashville when they're just starting out...the ups and downs can be pretty takes a lot of hard work to push through," said Aldean. "I've been playing this one to kick off my live show, and the fans go nuts when they hear the first guitar gets 'em on their feet and sets the tone for the rest of the night."

In the past nine months, Aldean has enjoyed hits with She's Country, Big Green Tractor and The Truth.

Now doing a headlining tour, Aldean will join Brooks & Dunn's "Last Rodeo" tour later this spring.

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