Rascal Flatts is offering fans a opportunity throughout the summer to get their hands, or at least their ears, on live concert recordings, studio rehearsals and lost demos from the group with an iTunes Pass.

Beginning today (July 21), new Rascal Flatts content will be made available at iTunes every Tuesday through Sept. 1. Purchase of the iTunes Pass will allow access to live concert recordings of 'I'm Movin' On, 'Mayberry' and 'Bless the Broken Road,' and live in-studio cuts of 'What Hurts the Most,' 'Take Me There' and 'Here Comes Goodbye,' along with several unreleased demo recordings. A total of 28 Rascal Flatts tracks are scheduled to be released in conjunction with the Summer of Flatts iTune Pass. The pass is available for $19.99, but this week's tracks can also be purchased individually for $1.29 each.

On Saturday, July 18, Rascal Flatts passed into the history books, becoming the first country act to perform a concert in Chicago's historic Wrigley Field in Chicago. The sold-out crowd of 37,000 fans was treated to one of only four concerts ever played in the Chicago Cubs' home stadium. Vince Gill and Darius Rucker were also on the bill.