Country music star Jason Aldean wants everyone to "take a little ride" with him on their computers Wednesday night.
The three-time Grammy nominee will live stream an exclusive concert from New York's Ed Sullivan Theater, the home of CBS's Late Show with David Letterman, at 6 p.m. Arizona time.
The concert is part of the Live on Letterman series and according to CBS.com, the franchise has surpassed 120 million views to date.
Fans can watch Aldean's webcast live or on-demand at http://www.cbs.com/late_night/liveonletterman/.
According to his bio, Aldean was born in Macon, GA, and has been in the country music scene since his first single, "Hicktown," was released in early 2005. He has sold more than 6 million records and has had nine No. 1 hits. Aldean is a three-time Grammy nominee and is set to release his fifth studio album this fall, with the first single "Take A Little Ride" posting record first-week sales and radio airplay numbers. Aldean's double platinum fourth record, My Kinda Party, the current CMA and Billboard "Album of the Year," was the top-selling country album of 2011 and the No. 5 top-seller in all of music, producing five consecutive No. 1 hits including the triple platinum "Dirt Road Anthem" and "Don't You Wanna Stay," featuring Kelly Clarkson, which took home the "Vocal Event of the Year" and "Single Record of the Year" at the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
Aldean's Live on Letterman webcast will follow the taping of his performance on the Late Show with David Letterman, which will be broadcast the following night, Thursday, Sept. 6 right after CBS5 News at 10.
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