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Jason Aldean: "I’m Not Scared of Falling on My Face"

Greenroom PRJason Aldean has learned by trial and error what he can and can't do in country music. It turns out headlining stadium shows is one of the things he does very well. Jason will play Chicago's Wrigley Field Saturday after performing two sold-out dates at Boston's Fenway Park last weekend. Triumphant moments like this are the result of taking risks over the course of his career.

"I have always tried to do things in my career that would push myself, and by doing that I have figured out what I could do well and what I couldn’t do well,” Jason tells the Chicago Sun-Times. “I’m not scared of falling on my face. God knows I have done that plenty of times."

Fans at the Wrigley Field show will get to hear Jason duet with show opener, Kelly Clarkson, on their monster hit "Don't You Wanna Stay."  Jake Owen and Thomas Rhett are also on the bill.

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