(Yahoo!) - One has to hand it to Jason Aldean: He's certainly doing something right in the past seven years he's been putting out albums. It's laudable enough for any artist to merely enjoy a steadily upward career climb over the better part of a decade--as he has on his record--but in the past two years alone, Aldean has achieved a string of rapid-fire accolades that have pushed him from "country artist doing pretty well" to "bona fide superstar."
Embarking on a headlining tour, delivering a crossover hit to radio ("Don't You Want To Stay" with Kelly Clarkson), scooping up the coveted Album of the Year honor from the Country Music Association Awards, and notching a Grammy nomination? Yeah, I'd say that's anyone's "Kind Of Party."
Of course, Aldean did hit a bump in the road just two weeks prior to the release of his fifth album,Night Train. We all know the details: Partying in Hollywood, getting friendly with a formerAmerican Idol contestant who was decidedly not his wife of 11 years. Aldean's response? 'Fess up, admit he was wrong, and move on. Immediately.
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