Gannett Sites Across the Country Mirror Premiere of Fan-Fueled Video

NASHVILLE, TN – May 22, 2017 – ACM Entertainer of the Year Jason Aldean proves he “remains one of the genre’s biggest stars” (Cleveland Scene) as he shares the music video for his adrenaline-filled new single “They Don’t Know” exclusively with USA TODAY and Gannett
sites across the country today (5/22). He takes fans inside tour
rehearsals in Nashville and backstage during opening weekend to witness
the “blood, sweat and tears” that bring to life his new THEY DON’T KNOW TOUR.

just getting back out on the road for the summer, and after seeing the
crowd sing this song back to me the first couple weekends, it reminded
me how much the fans relate to it,” said Aldean. “To me, this video
represents every person on my team, at country radio, my family and the
fans who come out from all over the place. It’s because of them I keep
getting to sing about the things I know and have lived.”

by Shaun Silva, the “They Don’t Know” music video embraces the small
town values and fearless attitude that confirms Aldean is “the mirror
image of his fans” (Rolling Stone).

“An extended lament about how nobody really knows what it’s like to be from a small rural town, unless you’re from one” – Hartford Courant

“A testament to an artist understanding his audience and working to give that audience exactly what it wants” – Taste Of Country

Watch the music video for “They Don’t Know” on USA TODAY here: https://usat.ly/2qHycF5

title-track of his seventh-studio album follows three consecutive
chart-toppers off his current album THEY DON’T KNOW, which falls behind
each album released earning PLATINUM certification or better, tallying
more than 15 million total album sales and 19 No. One hits. The
longevity of his career reached new heights as he most recently debuted
at the No. One position on Billboard’s all-genre Top 200 Album chart for
the third consecutive time. In addition to the new tour, the two-time
and “reigning Entertainer of the Year shows why he holds the title” (Newsday)
as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will showcase a special
exhibit opening its doors on May 27, commemorating his wide-open sound
that has been one of the defining influences on today’s Country Music.
For more information and for a full list of upcoming tour dates,

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