Jason Aldean says a Georgia Bulldogs home football game just isn't the same for him. Earlier this year the country star performed at the team's field - the University of Georgia's Stanford Stadium - and he tells CMT.com when he watches a game now he remembers his show.
Jason admits he's a longtime Georgia football fan, so it's "a big deal" to him that he's now "forever linked" to the team through his show. He explains that "college football and the Georgia Bulldogs are like a religion there," and Stanford Stadium is "probably one of the most sacred places in the state." Aldean says it's also "pretty cool" that he played the first concert ever staged at the sports venue.
Jason says the show itself was very exciting and special as well, since it was in his home state. He recalls that it "got crazy" just before he took the stage. The singer says the crowd "sounded like a tornado out there," and it was one of those "goose bump feelings backstage." Aldean's "Night Train To Georgia" DVD is in stores now.