Aldean debuts "Tonight" vid
Friday, May 22, 2015
– Jason Aldean will exclusively premiere the music video for his Top 20 single, "Tonight Looks Good On You" during CMT's Hot 20 Countdown this Saturday at 9 a.m. eastern.
Following the premiere, the video can also be seen across all of CMT's digital platforms including CMT.com , the CMT Artists app, and CMT Pure and will be available at all other digital partners Monday.
Directed by Mason Dixon and shot in Nashville earlier this month, the video includes Aldean performing and features him as a support actor in a couple's love story as they struggle to juggle everyday demands of supporting a family.
"It definitely wasn't hard for me to go back to my clock-punching days," said Aldean. "It wasn't that long ago that I was a Pepsi delivery guy racing the clock hoping to get home before sundown. So, it was easy to put myself back in those shoes and kinda cheer for the guy who works his ass off to get home to his girl."
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