Few country artists of the past decade have been as wildly successful as Jason Aldean. His 2005 debut album scored three top-ten hits, including the chart-topping “Why,” and earned the Georgia-bred singer the ACA’s Top New Male Vocalist trophy. Since then, he’s sold more than eight million records and posted a dozen more Number One hits, while “My Kinda Party” was named the CMA’s Album of the Year. On Saturday, Aldean brings his record-setting “Night Train” tour to Raleigh’s Walnut Creek Amphitheatre to sing “Burnin’ it Down” and other hits. Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr will also perform.