While the CMA Awards celebrated a milestone year with the star-studded show on Nov. 2, another American tradition is also honoring a historic anniversary and bringing several country music stars along for the ride.

"All Over the Road" singer Easton Corbin will join the 90th anniversary celebration of the renowned Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as it makes its way down the streets of New York City on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24.

Corbin will be featured on a float called the Colonel’s Roadtrip to NYC by Kentucky Friend Chicken. The singer announced via Twitter that he’ll also be performing at the milestone event. He'll be joined by fellow country singers Brett Eldredge, Kelsea Ballerini and Maddie & Tae.

The world-class Macy's parade tradition started in 1926 and is now attended by more than 3.5 million people, in addition to another 50 million who watch it on TV.

Corbin is currently on tour with Carrie Underwood as a supporting act for the Storyteller Tour. The singer will take a break from the road to appear at the parade and will rejoin Underwood and crew on Friday (Nov. 26) for a gig in Las Vegas.

The singer made history with his 2010 debut when he became the first male artist in country music in 17 years to have his first two singles debut at No. 1 back to back with “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It.” His current single, “Are You With Me,” was released to country radio earlier this year.

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