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On any given day, you can find Jason Aldean singing in front of thousands of screaming fans.

But when he’s not in the spotlight, the country music star is busy cheering on his little ones — daughters Kendyl, 9, and Keeley, 13.

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It may be too soon to tell whether or not the girls will follow in their daddy’s musical footsteps, but we’re not ruling anything out just yet. So far though, they’ve taken up his passion for athletics. And let’s just say, Jason gets pretty involved when it comes to his kids playing sports!

“I’ve had to learn to calm down a little bit,” Jason admitted to “Access Hollywood” about watching his girls out on the softball field, “I mean I grew up playing sports, and I’m probably one of the most competitive people you’ll ever meet. I get frustrated, sometimes because the coach doesn’t always teach them the way that I would.”

He continued, “But, I’ve learned over the years to sort of let them do their thing and just kind of sit back, and if I’ve got something to say, I’ll wait until after the game and try not to be the dad that’s yelling from the stands.”

Fans may recall from previous reports that Jason almost pursued a career as a professional baseball player before landing his big break in country music. But instead, he chose to pass on college to try his luck in Nashville. And, lucky for us, we think he made the right decision!

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But the sweetest choice that Jason’s made so far is raising his two gorgeous girls. And, seeing that side of him is total proof that he’s a proud and loving father. But, there’s one other special lady in Jason’s life, too — his wife, Brittany Kerr.

Earlier this month, Brittany made her debut in Jason’s video for his latest song, “A Little More Summertime” off of his 2016 album, “They Don’t Know.” She’s also been able to support him by coming along on his Six String Circus Tour. The next stops for the trek include Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania on Sept. 15 and the Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater in Viginia Beach, Virginia on Sept. 16.

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