Jason Aldean and Pandora are giving back to fans with a free concert in Nashville. The country star is teaming up with the streaming service to play a free show at Nashville's Marathon Music Works for Pandora Presents: Backroads with Jason Aldean , which will be held on Nov. 27.
Fans can RSVP now for the show, which will feature Canadian country artist Steven Lee Olsen as opener.
The show serves as a celebration and a "thank you" to Aldean fans for making him the most played country artist on the Pandora streaming service.
"In the last year, Pandora has served up billions of listening hours for country music," said Jeff Zuchowski, Vice President of Artist Marketing and Industry Relations at Pandora in a statement to the Associated Press. "Jason Aldean fans have contributed to many of those hours and we're thrilled to have him be part of Backroads along with Steven Lee Olsen, giving our loyal country fans an opportunity to experience them live."
In a statement, Aldean said he was excited to play the free show for some of his biggest supporters.
"It's cool to get to play shows like this where you know the fans are all going to be some of the biggest out there," Aldean said in a press statement. "We're looking forward to having a chance to thank them for all their support."
Earlier this year, Aldean released his latest album Rearview Town, which spawned the hits "You Make it Easy" and "Drowns the Whiskey."