Alan Jackson may have parted ways with his longtime label recently, but the country superstar keeps pushing forward and is about to reach another career milestone. Jackson will be inducted into the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Show's Star Trail Hall of Fame on Friday, Mar. 18. as he will have performed in front of one million people for RodeoHouston once he plays that show.

It's not Jackson's first time at the "rodeo!" He is only the fifth entertainer in history to perform in front of one million RodeoHouston fans total; he first hit the rotating stage at RodeoHouston in 1992, and his Mar. 18 performance will be his 19th time at RodeoHouston.

Other artists in the Show’s Star Trail of Fame are Gene Autry, who was the Show’s first star entertainer, Elvis Presley and Roy Rogers.

“I’ve played for the rodeo fans in Houston a lot over the years, and I always look forward to it. I know there’s always a whole lot of people out there when I walk out on that stage, but I never imagined they’d added up to a million!” Jackson says in a statement. “I always appreciate the fans coming out to see me, and I want to thank the Rodeo for having me back again this year.”

You can be one of those million fans and share in Jackson's legacy with RodeoHouston. Seats are still available.