Country music superstar Jason Aldean stunned audiences with a powerful vocal performance featuring global pop star Kelly Clarkson when the 2010 CMA Awards aired on ABC last night. Aldean and Clarkson performed the soulful ballad “Don’t You Wanna Stay” from his newly released album MY KINDA PARTY. Due to a flood of requests from radio stations across the country, Aldean’s label, Broken Bow Records, has made the song available on PLAY MPE.

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my years in the record business, it is always give radio what they want,” said SVP Promotion Carson James. “Our entire promotion staff has spent all night fielding calls and returning texts about getting this song, so we decided it best to release it on Play MPE first thing this morning.”

Below is a preview of the song for which the Associated Press said, “Aldean shows what a potent vocalist he’s become. Matching roof-shaking notes with his strong-lunged partner, Aldean proves he can sing as solidly as he rocks.”

Aldean’s new album, MY KINDA PARTY was released Nov. 2 and moved an impressive 193,000 units making it the highest album debut of last week and the biggest first week debut by a male vocalist in over three years. Up next for Aldean is an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday, Nov. 15. From there he’ll wrap his highly successful WIDE OPEN arena tour for 10,000 fans in Atlanta, Ga. on Nov. 20 and then head straight to the American Music Awards on Nov. 21, where he is nominated for “Favorite Male Country Artist” and “Favorite Country Album.”

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