The city of Nashville and Berry Hill will honor Jerry Lee Lewis on August 24 on the online streaming service Skyville Live.

During its August 24 show, Skyville Live, an Emmy Award-winning online music series, the country icon Jerry Lee Lewis will be honored by the cities of Nashville and Berry Hill, Tennessee, with his own day in recognition of his lasting impact on Music City and country music as a whole.

The star-studded event of country artists paying tribute to Lewis will include George Strait, Toby Keith, Kris Kristofferson, Chris Stapleton, Lee Ann Womack, and Waylon Payne.

“We’re looking forward to sharing this special moment all day long with these honors for Jerry Lee. And with such a killer lineup coming together to celebrate The Killer, we can’t wait to bring this phenomenal night of music to both the in-studio audience and fans worldwide who will be able to catch all the magic with the live stream,” said Wally Wilson, creator of Skyville Live, in a press release.

Collaborating alongside the featured artists will be the Skyville Live band, consisting of guitarist Kenny Greenberg, keyboardist Mike Rojas, harmonica player Mickey Raphael, drummer Fred Eltringham, steel guitarist Justin Schipper, and singers the McCrary Sisters.

You can tune in during this special one-night event to hear classic Lewis hits like “Great Balls of Fire” and “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” and to celebrate one of the most influential country artists of the century.

The live stream will start at 8 p.m. Central and will be available to view on AOL, Yahoo Music!, Rated Red, and Skyville Live.