This brand-new track is going to bring y’all back to a time in country music history that one of the top-selling artists in music was soaring atop the charts and selling albums like wildfire.
Taking on one of Garth Brooks‘ most-treasured hits, country music star Jason Aldean dusts off this classic song for a new pairing of songs recorded as part of a Spotify Studio session that has all of us hitting ‘repeat’.
— Flyin' The Gs (@flyinthegs) October 25, 2016
Aldean stopped over at Spotify’s New York City studio for a brief session to record a couple exclusive acoustic tracks, and chose to sing throwback cover track straight out of the late 1990’s – and one from Garth Brooks’ debut album.
— Jason Aldean (@Jason_Aldean) January 26, 2018
Giving his own sound to Brooks’ first-ever single, “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)”, Aldean croons through this fan-favorite country classic in a way that would make you believe it was one of his own songs – it’s just that good!
Garth Brooks released his debut album.
Not bad. Sold 10+ million copies.
? The Dance
? If Tomorrow Never Comes
? Much Too Young pic.twitter.com/urkuNPVzYC
— Judge Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) April 12, 2017
First released in March 1989, Brooks’ signature song became one of the most-famous rodeo songs to ever hit the radio, and provided Brooks with a strong foothold in country radio, leading the way for his, now infamous track, “If Tomorrow Never Comes” to steal America’s heart as his follow up single.
Take a listen to Aldean’s own cover of this Garth Brooks classic below and let us know what you think about it in the comments!