Jason Aldean Talks Georgia Bulldogs Loss And His New Son Memphis—”It’s Been A Long Time Since I’ve Had A Baby At Home”


Fresh from announcing his High Noon Neon Tour with Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina, Jason Aldean stopped by “The Bobby Bones Show” Wednesday morning (Jan. 25) to talk about all things Jason.

After discussing the name of the tour, Bobby also inquired about Jason’s new son, Memphis, asking if it’s easier to go through the baby process again, since having two older girls.

“I think it probably helps a little bit, the fact that I know what to expect sometimes. But I also think every kid is different and it’s been a long time since I’ve had a baby at home,” Jason told the host. “I think anytime a new baby is in your house, it’s tough. Just trying to figure them out—their personalities. “I forgot how much they eat, every two hours.”

And while Jason is currently on a new baby high, he was recently let down by the Georgia Bulldogs loss in the NCAA National Championship game against Alabama.

“That was rough man,” Jason admitted. “I went to the game and obviously as a Georgia Bulldog fan, we were all super excited for the game and excited to be there. Been a long time, thirty-seven years or something since we’ve been to that game. It was fun, I had a good time and it was good game. It was a little bit of a heartbreaker at the end, but it was just a great year for us and fun to be there.”

We also learned that Jason watches “Stranger Things” and “Ozark” on Netflix. He’s currently binging “The Five.” Celebrities, they’re just like us.