July 07, 2020

Jason Aldean Pays Tribute to Late Country Star Charlie Daniels Following News of His Passing

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Jason Aldean recently took to Twitter, where he expressed his grief over Charlie Daniels' death while adding that the late music icon was one of the kindest people he knew.

Music legend Charlie Daniels recently passed away, and his death was followed by tributes from his fans and colleagues in the country music industry.

Taking to Twitter, country singer Jason Aldean shared a photo that featured him standing across Daniels while two other men appeared in the background.

Jason Aldean at the 51st Academy Of Country Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 3, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images


Aldean shared the photo alongside a sweet tribute where he stated that Daniels' death had left him heartbroken.

He then continued by describing Daniels as one of the kindest and nicest people he ever met. Aldean concluded his caption by writing:

"Thanks for the musical legacy u left all of us. We will miss you, Mr. Charlie!"


Shortly after sharing the tweet, some fans and followers took to the comments section to express their sadness over Daniels' passing.

Daniels, who is best known for his 1979 song, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," passed away on Monday, 6th of July, after suffering from a hemorrhagic stroke.

He gave fans a look into his happy family in a new music video for his song, "Got What I Want."


With a successful career extending through five decades, Daniels is undoubtedly one of the most prolific country music artists of his time.

Aldean's tribute comes only a few days after he gave fans a look into his happy family in a new music video for his song, "Got What I Want."


The video, which was filmed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, opened with his two kids — Navy Rome and Memphis — sharing an adorable sibling moment.

The next scene of the video showed Aldean and his wife, Brittany, having their own sweet moment during which the couple shared a toast.


The video also featured cute snapshots of the couple who have been married for five years. Aldean's older children from a previous relationship, Keeley and Kendyl, were also seen in the clip.

While speaking about his family, Aldean revealed that being with his family during quarantine had helped them appreciate one another more, and from the look of things, there is no doubt that this family enjoys being in quarantine together.