Monday, 18 July 2016

Jason Aldean Brings "A Little More Summertime" to Radio

ACM “ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR”
JASON ALDEAN
DELIVERS “A LITTLE MORE SUMMERTIME”
TO COUNTRY RADIO  

The New Single Follows 17 No. One’s at Country Radio
and is Available For Download Today Ahead of
Upcoming Album THEY DON’T KNOW Out Sept. 9

(Expanded Press Release)
NASHVILLE, TN - July 15, 2016 - Hot on the heels of his 17th career No.1 this week, Academy of Country Music’s “Entertainer of the Year” Jason Aldean deploys “A Little More Summertime” to Country Radio.
With his signature wide-open sound, the wistful track is the second release from the multi-Platinum singer’s newly announced seventh studio album THEY DON’T KNOW (Broken Bow Records), available Sept. 9.
Fans who pre-order the upcoming release will instantly receive the new single at all available digital retailers beginning July 15th.

** Update 19 July **: “
A Little More Summertime” (Macon/Broken Bow) made a #30 debut on the Billboard Country Aiplay Chart snagging Hot Shot Debut, Most Increased Audience and most Most Added honours thanks to 55 fresh radio commitments (ADDS) drawing a +6.744 million audice gain and 858 first week radio spins.














Single: "A Little More Summertime" 
Writers: Jerry Flowers, Tony Martin, Wendell Mobley
Album: They Don't Know | Label: Broken Bow Records | Release Date: July 15th, 2016


"‘A Little More Summertime’ really hit me the first time I heard it," said Aldean. "It's always been about the vibe of a song for me. So when that chorus hits and the song takes off, I knew it had to be on this album."

Aldean joined iHeartRadio to talk about meaning behind his brand new song:

Written by Jerry Flowers, Tony Martin and Wendell Mobley, Aldean has teamed up with longtime producer Michael Knox for the track and forthcoming album. With the same band on-and-off stage for a full decade, THEY DON’T KNOW returns with a crowd-pleasing array of emotions and observations, from sizzling party-starters to hard-earned heartbreak. With the new music, the coveted ACM Triple Crown winner reveals lessons learned and confidence gained over the course of a career that includes more than 14 million album sales. No longer just a newcomer bringing a new energy to country music, he’s truly an established star, one of the standard-bearers of the genre. 
Musically, "A Little More Summertime" is very similar to other Aldean hits and incorporates heavy guitar riffs in the chorus and verses. A steel guitar is present with a solid, up-tempo drum beat that moves the melodies along. In the verses, it's a battle for sound with just the drums and the electric guitar on two separate, but mashing tempos that add a unique blend to the song.
And if the melodies define this post-summer ballad, the lyrics match that expectation. The first verse dives straight into a regret, with Aldean setting the scene of a beach town when September hits …(Review One Country.com )

They boarded up this water town
Ain't nobody hanging 'round
Another grey September day
Was I crazy to think she'd stay

If that sun had just
Hung up in that sky
Just a little
Just a little bit longer
If those blue water waves
Could've stayed at our feet
Instead of going out with the tide
If that wind was a friend
It'd still be blowing in
Like a warm southern whisper on her
She might have stayed forever
And never ever left these arms
If only I
Had a little more summertime
I brace myself against the cold
And let her memory take hold
Stirring that old fire up
As if I don't miss her enough














Pre-order THEY DON'T KNOW here: http://geni.us/theydontknow


Jason Aldean achieved his 15th No.1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart, when the guitar-driven “Lights Come On” (Broken Bow), the launch single from his upcoming seventh studio album, rose 2-1. It was up by 4% to log 50.5 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music in the chart issue week of July 23, 2016..

Jason Aldean will collaborate with Kelsea Ballerini on his upcoming project.
His seventh studio album for Broken Bow Records, includes “First Time Again,” featuring Ballerini.
The lead single was “Lights Come On.”

“I really wanted to start this new album with one of those big up-tempos,” said Aldean. “So, for it to click right away with fans and radio is a really cool way to start. With all the records we’ve done, we’ve been able to explore new sounds and really just do things our own way, and that’s sort of what the title track is all about.”

They Don’t Know Track List:
1. “Lights Come On”
2. “A Little More Summertime”
3. “This Plane Don’t Go There”
4. “Comin’ in Hot”
5. “First Time Again” (with Kelsea Ballerini)
6. “Bad”
7. “They Don’t Know”
8. “One We Won’t Forget”
9. “Whiskey’d Up”
10. “In Case You Don’t Remember”
11. “All Out of Beer”
12. “Any Ol’ Barstool”
13. “The Way a Night Should Feel”
14. “Reason to Love L.A.”
15. “When the Lights Go Out”

Aldean is currently headlining his SIX STRING CIRCUS TOUR.
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