C Flanigan/FilmMagicThis Thursday, August 24, will officially be Jerry Lee Lewis Day in Nashville. Music City will honor the 81-year-old piano-playing rock ‘n’ roll pioneer on the same day that he’ll be saluted at a tribute concert that’s part of the ongoing web series Skyville Live.

The show will feature Kris Kristofferson and such country stars as George Strait, Chris Stapleton, Lee Ann Womack and Toby Keith singing the songs of “The Killer.” You can watch online starting at 9 p.m. ET, with complete streaming details at SkyvilleLive.com.

In addition, the Nashville suburb of Berry Hill, Tennessee, home of the Skyville Live performances, will celebrate Thursday as Jerry Lee Lewis Day. In conjunction with the tribute, the roads intersecting the show’s studio, Westwood Drive and Inverness Avenue, temporarily will be renamed “Jerry Lee Lewis Lane” and “Skyville Live Drive” that day.

“We are so thrilled that the cities of Nashville and Berry Hill are joining us on August 24 to honor a living legend that has made a tremendous impact on Music City and beyond,” says Skyville Live creator Wally Wilson. “We’re looking forward to sharing this special moment all day long with these honors for Jerry Lee.”

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