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Can't make it to Chicago this week to see Jerrod Niemann? No worries. The singer-songwriter is bringing the show to you. If you've got a computer, tablet or phone and a few bucks to spare, you should be able to stream his live show from Joe's Bar on Nov. 29. Not only will you get to hear some great music, you'll also help a great cause: St. Jude Children's Hospital.
"The concept of my new album, Free the Music, is celebrating where country music has been and where it is headed," Jerrod explains, "So we partnered with laplive.tv to bring that same theme to our live show and use the internet to bring fans worldwide all together to one room."
Fans across the globe can tune in for the pay-per-view performance ($4.99 in advance, $6.99 day of), with 25 cents per ticket going to St. Jude. The show starts Thursday at 9:00 PM CT. Get details and ticket info here.
Additionally, the "Only God Could Love You More" singer is asking fans who tune in to tweet him (Twitter handle @JRodFromOz). The avid social media user is asking fans to use the hashtag #jrodlive to let him know what far off places they're tuning in from.