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  • Jason Aldean Covers Bryan Adams' “Heaven”

  • American country music singer-songwriter Jason Aldean has released a cover of Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams' “Heaven”.
    The song is included on his 10th studio album “Macon”, which was released on November 12, 2021.
    Back in 2009, Jason Aldean first performed the song with Bryan Adams at CMT Crossroads.
    The original version of the song was released by Bryan Adams in 1983 from his fourth studio album “Reckless”.
    Also the song appeared on the 1983 film “A Night in Heaven” soundtrack.
    “This is one of those songs that stop you dead in your tracks when it's on,” Jason Aldean said. “After I did a CMT Crossroads with Bryan Adams awhile back, the fans and really my whole team have asked me when I'm going to record it, so it's cool to finally be releasing it with a little bit of my own spin.”
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    The new album “Macon” is part of his first double album project “Macon, Georgia”. It comprises 15-track, featuring guest appearance from Carrie Underwood.
    Jason Aldean titled the album after his Peach State hometown, Macon. He told Apple Music about the album, “Between Macon and Atlanta, it was just like this melting pot of all this different kind of music that was coming in there. Growing up, you're kind of exposed to all that stuff, and it's just cool. It gives you an appreciation for all these different kinds of music.”
    The second half “Georgia” will be released on April 22, 2022.
    Recently, he was nominated for 2022 Grammy Awards for Best Country Duo/Group Performance with “If I Didn't Love You”.


  • Jason Aldean explained of some tracks for the album.

    “Small Town Small”
    “I was driving in my truck one day and I got a call from Brantley Gilbert. And he kind of does that every time we go in the studio, he'll call me up and send me some songs. And it's worked out really well in the past with ‘My Kinda Party’ and ‘Dirt Road Anthem’ and some of those. ‘Small Town Small’ was one of them. I just loved what it was saying. It just felt kind of patriotic, and a lot of stuff it was talking about was really relevant to right now, to me, and just kind of struck me in a certain way that I was like, ‘Man, I really want to say that, what that song's saying.’”

    “If I Didn’t Love You” featuring Carrie Underwood
    “This song's moved [up the charts], I think, quicker than any song I've ever had. I felt like this song was something special, but you just never really know until you get it out there and get the reaction from everybody. The way it happened was so weird and just happened so quick. It was written, we went in a couple days later and tracked it, got it to Carrie. She loved it. I threw a vocal on it. And then a few days later we were cutting her vocal, and a couple weeks later it was at radio.”

    “Watching You Love Me”
    “It's really bluesy and just melodically really cool. And it's a style that I've kind of dabbled in a little bit over the years with some things. Neil Thrasher, one of the writers on that song, is one of my favorite people in town, favorite writers. When he started singing the melody, I was just like, ‘Man, this is really cool.’ And this goes back to what we were talking about earlier when I was talking about all the influences from where I'm from. This to me is where I pull from like the Otis Reddings and those guys, to come in and do this kind of stuff.”
  • source : Apple Music
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