Superstar Tim McGraw is rocking on his Two Lanes of Freedom Tour, and he wants all of his fans to experience it. Now, they will, as the 'Highway Don't Care' singer has just announced he'll release live tracks from his tour for the first time ever this summer.

He's said before that the tour will be focused on producing the best music and sound possible, and less on the dazzling production, and it may be because it will be recorded and listened to again and again. It's part of his new program 'McGraw Overdrive Series Live,' and fans will be able to re-experience the tunes he played onstage, or hear them live for the first time if they weren't able to snatch up tickets.

"The sound and energy from a live show gives an entirely new perspective to any song," says McGraw. "I'm always looking for ways to give the fans something extra. If you're at the show, it's a cool memory to add to your playlist. And if you couldn't get a ticket to the show that night, you can still hear some of what happened and maybe feel like you were there. It's a first for me to release live tracks this way, and that's exciting."

The first track, 'Southern Girl,' will be available starting May 24 exclusively on the singer's web site, with four other live songs to be released throughout the summer. Fans will be able to purchase tracks individually or all five together.

The country star's series is powered by the premier platform for live music distribution and webcasts for artists, and founder and CEO Brad Serling is excited to help McGraw connect with his fans in this very special way. "No major country artist has ever released live tracks direct to fans during a tour like this, and we're thrilled to help McGraw break new ground," he states.

The Two Lanes of Freedom Tour will continue to run through the end of the summer, with Brantley Gilbert and Love and Theft opening up for McGraw.