Live On Letterman
The “Night Train” singer kicks out two songs from his one-month-old album on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and we’ve got the videos. He’s also appearing today on “Ellen.”
They perform a powerful version of “Make the World Go Away,” a Hank Cochran song that appears on Jamey Johnson’s new album, “Living for a Song,” which hits stores this week.
Stream the entire new album from Jason Aldean, “Night Train,” for free–now through release day (October 16).
The singer plays his infamous hit “Somebody That I Used To Know” at Ed Sullivan Theater.
During his hour-long Live on Letterman concert webcast last night, Jason Aldean mixed his biggest career hits with brand-new songs from his upcoming album, “Night Train.” Stream the entire concert free on demand.
Want to hear new music from Jason Aldean? Tune in right here to watch a live, full-concert webcast with Jason, beginning tonight at 9pm ET/6pm PT.
The award-winning Live On Letterman series is bringing another famous star to the Ed Sullivan Theater stage as they welcome country megastar Jason Aldean!
Katy Perry, Adele, Coldplay, Wilco and other 2012 Grammy nominees perform Live on Letterman.
Kentucky-born band My Morning Jacket will take over the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City for a Live on Letterman performance that will drench the famous venue in the group’s trademark echoing choruses, thrashing and tapping guitars and driving beats.
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