Jason Aldean recruited a lot of his famous pals, including Luke Bryan, Hayden Panetteire, Lady Antebellum, Jake Owen, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett, to help him celebrate the Joe Diffie era with his new video, "1994." The clip features the stars hopping in the "Diffieizer," a video booth that transports all of them back to the mid-'90s.
Jason says of the video, "There are a lot of ridiculous dance moves, a couple mullets, some suped up cars and a lot of other really funny reminders of the mid-90's…the whole thing cracks me up."
Jason actually cracked up the first time he heard "1994," and he's glad to release a carefree single to radio.
"We've never really put anything out like that that was that, really kind of quirky, and just tongue-in-cheek sort of thing," Jason tells ABC News Radio, "which is part of the reason I wanted to put the song out."
The "1994" video is posted exclusively at ETOnline.com through the weekend. It's the third single from Jason's platinum-selling album, Night Train.
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