Jason Williams Early life and Career
Jason Williams parents got divorced when he turned three years old. His mother nurtured him in Macon, Georgia.
He spent vacations with his dad in Homestead, Florida.
Before his father left for work, he would write chord changes on plain paper to show his child where to place his fingertips while playing the chords.
Jason would spend the entire day learning while his father was at work.
When his father returned home, he grabbed his own guitar and they performed together.
Soon, he was able to perform a song after listening to it a few times.
Both of his parents embraced young Aldean's musical career. At age 14, after watching country music events on TV screens, he wanted to appear on stage.
With his mother's support, he performed at the Macon VFW hall. In order to differentiate himself, Jason changed his middle name, Aldine, to Aldean.
With the supervision of his father, Aldean and his band played at nightclubs and concerts around the Southeast after high school.
Aldean started composing and recording new tracks with Justin Weaver (a member of the band).
In 1998, he performed live from his debut album at The Buckboard, an Atlanta nightclub. Michael Knox, then of Warner-Chappell publishers contacted him.
At the age of 21, Aldean migrated to Nashville after contracting with Warner-Chappell.
Ever since beginnings of his career, the singer's songs have achieved international popularity.
In 2005, Jason debuted his self-titled first album, which featured the number-one blockbuster Hicktown as the debut song.
He then officially announced Relentless in 2007. Furthermore, he launched the successful albums Wide Open, My Kinda Party.
Jason's biggest song Dirt Road Anthem appeared, Night Train, Old Boots, New Dirt, They Don't Know, and Rearview Town.