KILT’s Foley & Thunder morning show caught up with country superstar Jason Aldean. His tour with Luke Bryan is selling out left and right. So what should you expect at a Jason Aldean show when the tour rolls into town? According to Jason, It’s about “havin’ fun.”

And it sounds like the ladies are having tons of fun at his shows. So much so that they are “miss placing” certain clothing items.

When asked about these certain clothing items making their way on to the stage, Jason replies, “Oh yeah, I don’t know what it is man… I start playin’ my songs and it just makes people want to get naked.”

He says the crowds that come out are pretty enthusiastic “to put it politely.”

Listen to Jason give the goods on what to expect at the show and more.

So as mentioned, the “Dirt Road Anthem” singer shares the stage with a whole lot of ladies undergarments but who would he really like to share the stage with if he could?

“One of my favorites of all time is George Strait so I would love to just about to go out and tour with him and ummmm…, ” Awkward pause and weird noises here but Jason goes on, “I just spilled coffee all over myself … and I’m trying not to yell out loud right now.” But Jason recovers nicely and manages to continue his thought, “maybe Bon Jovi and Aerosmith or somebody like that. Always a big fan of those guys.”

Check out Jason’s favorite song of his at the moment, “Take A Little Ride” but this might only be because it’s the latest single. What a funny guy, that Jason Aldean.

Keep listening to 100.3 KILT for your chance to win your tickets (with Texas Two Step) to the SOLD OUT show in the Woodlands on October 26th!


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