These Are Jason Aldean's Top 10 Songs Spanning His Career

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It’s been nearly two decades since Jason Aldean unleashed his self-titled debut album in 2005.

The 11-track project that marked the beginning of the Georgia-born country star’s career included “Hicktown,” “Amarillo Sky” and more, and Aldean has since gone on to release 10 more studio albums. Most recently, Aldean released Highway Desperado at the end of 2023. His 11th full-length studio album serves as “a tribute to my life on the road,” he said at the time. Aldean’s record included “Try That In A Small Town,” (a song and music video that stirred controversy last year), “Tough Crowd,” “Let Your Boys Be Country” and more. Aldean celebrated Highway Desperado’s debut with an iHeartCountry Album Release Party, delivering powerful performances of his career-spanning hits and catching up with iHeartRadio’s Wayne D during brief Q&As throughout the show.

In between, Aldean has become known for hits like “If I Didn’t Love You” with Carrie Underwood, “Don’t You Wanna Stay” with Kelly Clarkson, “Drowns The Whiskey” with Miranda Lambert, “Lights Come On,” “Burnin’ It Down,” “Tonight Looks Good On You,” “That’s What Tequila Does,” “Fly Over States” and many more. iHeartRadio listeners have steamed Aldean’s music from his self-titled debut album era, to My Kinda Party, to Night Train, to MACON and GEORGIA, Highway Desperado, and everything in between. The top Aldean songs on our platform represent his albums released throughout his career.

Aldean is part of the star-studded lineup of the 2024 iHeartCountry Festival Presented by Capital One, which returns on May 4 to Moody Center in Austin, Texas. Other artists taking the stage include Keith UrbanJelly Roll, Lady AOld DominionRiley GreenAshley McBrydeBrothers Osborne, and Walker Hayes. It’s all hosted again by iHeartRadio’s Bobby Bones. Fans across the country can tune in and stream the 2024 iHeartCountry Festival, as iHeartRadio Country music stations across the country will broadcast the event in their local markets, as well as on the free iHeartRadio app and, on Saturday, May 4th at 8pm ET/5pm PT (7pm CT). Tickets are available to the general public now. For more information visit

Listen to Aldean’s Top 10 songs listed on iHeartRadio below, and find his iHeartRadio page here.

“Try That In A Small Town”

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