The Zac Brown Band have done it again! The group, who announced they were adding a second show at the legendary Fenway Park after the first one sold out, have also sold out the second show.

The 'Sweet Annie' singers sold out their first show, scheduled for June 28, in only a few minutes. Not surprisingly, the second show, slated for June 27, also sold out in record time.

The tickets for both concerts were snatched up before the group had a chance to announce their opening acts. Their double, and rapid, sell-out puts them in an elite group of musicians, including Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band, the Police and the Rolling Stones, who had two-night sellouts before the opening act was announced.

The Zac Brown Band aren't the only country artist to sell out two shows at the Massachusetts baseball stadium. Jason Aldean also sold out the 37,000 seat venue last year, during his Night Train Tour.

The group's stop at the 100-year-old park is part of their summer Great American Road Trip Tour, which will kick off on May 24 in Lincoln, Neb. See a list of all of their upcoming shows here.