Jason Aldean Transports Viewers to ‘1994’ on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’
Jason Aldean commandeered the stage at 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' early this morning (Feb. 28), transporting viewers to '1994.' He performed his new single of the same name. So for five minutes, Fallon's NYC studio got a big dose of Aldean's country flair, where he taught city folk why their favorite color should be: John Deere green.
Aldean performed the song without his guitar strapped to his chest, but his trusty cowboy hat remained perched atop his head. He paired it with a fitted flannel and skintight jeans, which is pretty much the Aldean uniform that his scores of female fans love.
There were plenty of Aldean diehards grooving as they enjoyed the performance from behind the stage. They were wearing similar flannels and singing along. It was an entertaining performance from start to finish.
Fallon came out to give Aldean a bro hug after the performance, held up a vinyl copy of 'Nightrain' and pimped the singer's upcoming performance at the world's most famous arena -- Madison Square Garden -- this coming Saturday, March 2.
The show sold out in less than 10 minutes when tickets went on sale, so clearly, Aldean has a nation of fans in the Big Apple. He gave 'em an extra dose of his awesomeness and a taste of what's to come this weekend with the Fallon appearance.