VIDEO: Jason Aldean remembers hearing a popping noise, and thinking it was an equipment malfunction.
“When I turned around,” he says, “my bass player was just looking at me like a deer in the headlights. And my security guy was on stage at that point, telling me to get down, waving me off the stage.”
Aldean will never forget what happened the night of Oct. 1, 2017, when a relentless gunman turned the celebratory Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas into a maelstrom of unimaginable horror. And he shares his vivid memories in detail for the first time in 11 Minutes, a four-part documentary — set to premiere Tuesday, Sept. 27 on Paramount + — that takes viewers inside the heart-stopping stories of terror and survival during the worst mass shooting incident in U.S. history.