Jason Aldean on Female Singers
Jason Aldean’s comments about today’s female Country acts might not score him any points with those ladies. The singer told the Washington Post,
“I feel like a lot of times female singers, to me, when they’re singing — and I’ll probably kick myself for saying this — a lot of times, it just seems like I can’t distinguish one from the other sometimes if I just listen to them, you know? A lot of times, they just sound really similar to me.”
He did have some kind words for today’s female superstars adding,
“You have some that come out, like a Carrie (Underwood) or Miranda (Lambert) or somebody like that, that really has a different, distinctive sound to their voice, (and) then it’s like, oh, okay, you can tell them apart all of a sudden. They go on to be obviously big stars, but I think it’s because you can distinguish between them.”
Jason wraps up his Burn It Down tour next month with his annual Concert for the Cure to benefit Susan G. Komen on October 24th in West Palm Beach, Florida.