Jerrod Niemann Brings Thursday Night’s Concert in Chicago Directly to Fans

Since the platinum-selling success of his genre-bending No. 1 hit, “Lover, Lover,” country star Jerrod Niemann has made it his goal to overdeliver during his live shows with many sets lasting nearly three hours. In celebration of his new album Free The Music, which features the current single “Only God Could Love You More,” Niemann will partner with to give fans worldwide front row access to his concert this Thursday, November 29 at 9 p.m. CST at Joe’s Bar in Chicago, (presented by US99.5 FM). With a computer, tablet, phone or laptop and internet connection, fans can log on from anywhere in the world and experience the show in high definition. Pay-per-view tickets are $4.99 in advance, $6.99 day-of-show. Twenty-five cents per ticket will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. To purchase tickets in advance, visit
“The concept of my new album, Free The Music, is celebrating where country music has been and where it is headed – so we partnered with to bring that same theme to our live show and use the internet to bring fans worldwide all together to one room,” says Niemann. The night of the show, Jerrod wants to know the bizarre, outlandish places fans are watching from, so they’re invited to tweet at him at @jrodfromoz using the hashtag #jrodlive letting him know their locations. With as much as Jerrod loves to tweet, they just might hear back from him!
Suggested tweet: “I’ll be watching @jrodfromoz on Thursday @laplive: #jrodlive”
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