John Morgan Enlists Jason Aldean On New Version Of ‘Friends Like That’

John Morgan has enlisted his buddy, mentor and country superstar Jason Aldean for a ramped up, new version of his fan-favorite hit “Friends Like That.”

The new version of “Friends Like That” will impact on country radio on April 22.

“To have Jason Aldean as a mentor over the past few years, he went from being someone I was a fan of to someone I call a friend, so it’s extra special to have him on one of my songs,” said Morgan. “Having a song on the radio is what you always dream about when you pursue this career. I grew up on country radio and to know that another kid might grow up with me on the radio and want to pursue a music career too is a really cool thought.”

“I’ve been in town here in Nashville for 25 years, and John Morgan is one of the most talented guys I’ve ever come across in all aspects – as a singer, as a songwriter and as a performer,” added Aldean. “It’s a really cool thing for me as an artist to sign another artist, so jumping on this song that’s also jumpstarting his career along with going to radio, I’m excited for what’s to come from John Morgan and glad he’s one of ours and on our team.”

A multi No. 1 hit songwriter, Morgan co-wrote the new rendition of the song with Brent Anderson, Will Bundy and Lydia Vaughan. It was co-produced by Aldean with his long-time bandmates, Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy.

Morgan is set to hit the road for renowned country music festivals this summer such as Nashville’s CMA Fest and Panama City Beach’s Gulf Coast Jam.

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