On the heels of closing out his 2018 High Noon Neon tour this past weekend, Jason Aldean celebrated his annual “Concert For The Cure” at his own Jason Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar in Nashville on Wednesday (October 3rd). Survivors and fans alike were treated to an intimate performance by the superstar with personal stories about his history and commitment to helping beat the disease. This year's fundraiser, along with a portion of ticket sales from Jason's tour all year, raised a total of $459,509 for Susan G. Komen Central Tennessee. To date, he has raised more than $4.1 million for Susan G. Komen chapters across the country.
Jason said, “All year long on the road, we hear stories from fans about how they’ve been affected by breast cancer. It’s crazy how just about everyone is close to someone who is or has fought this horrible disease. Thank you to the fans, Omaze and the TC Restaurant Group for their support last night and we’re going to keep doing our part in hopes that we never have to lose someone to breast cancer again.”
Jason is nominated for three awards at next month's CMA Awards — Entertainer, and Single and Musical Event of the Year for “Drowns The Whiskey” featuring Miranda Lambert. The CMA Awards will be held on November 14th in Nashville and air live on ABC.
Source: Pulse of Radio