Tidal, the Jay Z-owned streaming service, has just announced their first exclusive for country fans: An acoustic performance from one of its shareholders, Jason Aldean.

The concert will take place during CMA Fest on Thursday (June 11) at Nashville's ACME Feed and Seed on lower Broadway. This intimate show is only available for Aldean's biggest fans, and you can win a pair by simply filling out an online entry form.

Aldean is one of many (including Taylor Swift and Brantley Gilbert) who have recently pulled music from popular streaming service Spotify. But he is the only country star who holds a stake in Tidal, a streaming service backed by some of the music industry's top A-listers.

"I think more than anything it's sort of trying to get artists to sort of band together on some of this stuff," Aldean told PennLive in a recent interview. "It's been something that I was interested in from the get-go. I am the country guy that's over there, carrying the flag for country music. I've taken a few grenades for it, too, but it's fine."

Tidal offers different terms of service which results in a more appealing deal for artists, and in turn comes with a higher price tag than its competition. A string of exclusive hip-hop and R&B content, including live-streamed shows from Jack White and Jay Z, has been released lately, but Aldean's upcoming performance will be Tidal's first play for country fans.

If you can't make it to Nashville for Aldean's show this week, you can watch the live-stream via Tidal at 5PM ET if you have a subscription.

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