Jason Aldean & Stars Go Twitter Crazy For Joe Diffie & 1994 Hair

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Jason Aldean’s new single has started a twitter pic trend that focuses on wild hair and fashions from 1994.

With the release of  “1994″ as the latest single from the Night Train Night Train (CD), Jason has called on friends and fans to post pics or memories from 1994.  Jason was even brave enough to post his own “1994″ picture that showed him barely old enough to drive and with a gold erring in his ear. “@Jason_Aldean OK, guys: THIS is what I looked like in #1994. REAL cool, huh?”

Keith Urban tweeted back a baby faced picture of him from that year. “@Jason_Aldean I was rockin the oversize thrift store jacket in #1994!!!!! -KU,” Keith wrote on long-haired black and white publicity shot of him.

Tracey Lawrence took the challenge by sending this 1994 album cover in a tweet, “@jason_aldean How do you like this one?”

Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum who was a tot in 1994 tweeted “LOVE the new song!”  on a picture of her with her mullet-haired dad!

New artist Rae Lynn was quick to point out in her tweet that she was more than just a baby in her tweet. “@RaeLynnOfficial Here I am in #1994 @Jason_Aldean!”

Tim McGraw responded by posting a 1994 album cover looking nothing like the hot, toned hunk he is now.  Tim explained, “Hey @Jason_Aldean check out this shirt man, that was happenin’ in 1994.”

Fan @Capschick73 tweeted my personal favorite of crazy 1994 hair. “@Jason_Aldean Ok Jason nothing can be worse than this #1994 hair!.”

The “199” tweeting is still going on @Jason_Aldean and trending on Tweeter at #JoeDiffie.

Concert Alert

Jason Aldean one of the co-writers of “1994″ Thomas Rhett are coming to Tampa’s Live Nation Amp. Friday, Sept. 6 as part of the 2013 Hooters Country Mega Ticket.

“1994″ Lyrics

Now girl I know you used to the same old same
But we ain’t floatin’ that boat, no we ain’t ridin’ that train
Hop on my rocket ship and let’s get outta here
Let me put a little shimmer in your atmosphere

Now let’s get outta this town, outta this club
Girl whatever you’re sippin’ I’ma mix it up
Take a few tick-tocks off of your clock
Put a little Third Rock in your hip-hop
I got that

1994, Joe Diffie comin’ out my radio
I’m just a country boy with a farmer’s tan
So help me girl I’ll be your Pick-Up Man
How ’bout a night to remember and a fifth of Goose
‘Bout to bust out my honky-tonk attitude
A little feel good you ain’t never felt before
I’m talkin’ 1994

Hey Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie
Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie
Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie

Girl don’t you worry, now your ship just came in
So go on tell your mama, tell all your friends
That your new favorite color is John Deere green
Hop in this truck aka Time Machine

1994, Joe Diffie comin’ out my radio
I’m just a country boy with a farmer’s tan
So help me girl I’ll be your Pick-Up Man
How ’bout a night to remember and a fifth of Goose
‘Bout to bust out my honky-tonk attitude
A little feel good you ain’t never felt before
I’m talkin’ 1994

Hey Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie
Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie
Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie

Baby if you’re lookin’ for a good time
Let me take you to the C-O-U-N-T-R-Y
Now baby let’s go, holler if you’re with me
Hey Joe, come on and teach us how to Diffie

1994, Joe Diffie comin’ out my radio
I’m just a country boy with a farmer’s tan
So help me girl I’ll be your Pick-Up Man
How ’bout a night to remember and a fifth of Goose
‘Bout to bust out my honky-tonk attitude
A little feel good you ain’t never felt before
I’m talkin’ 1994

Hey Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie
Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie
Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie
Will the real Joe Diffie please stand up

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