Country fans who want to enjoy a live concert in the comfort of their own homes this weekend are in luck!

Jake Owen, whose hit singles include 'Don't Think I Can't Love You' and 'Eight Second Ride,' is giving fans a special treat with his first-ever streaming concert, filmed live from his sold-out show tonight (Friday, December 3) at Joe's Bar in Chicago. Fans can also participate in the 90-minute concert through an interactive Facebook chat during the show, which will be free to watch. Jake's fan club members will also enjoy exclusive access to the country star via an interactive backstage chat beginning at approximately 10:45 PM ET prior to his performance.

"I am so excited to do this show and to be able to give something like this to the fans who can't be there in person," says Jake.

Jake's concert can be viewed online here beginning at 11:00 PM (ET).

On Saturday (December 4), multi-platinum-selling singer Jo Dee Messina will hold her second annual Christmas concert benefiting Nashville's Harvest Hands Community Development Corporation (CDC).

The Inspirational Evening of Words and Music With Jo Dee Messina takes place at the Brentwood United Methodist Church, just south of Nashville. Tickets to the free show are available at Jo Dee's website , and also at and Fans unable to attend the show will be able to watch it streaming live online at Jo Dee's website beginning at 8:00 PM ET. Donations to Harvest Hands will be accepted online at also at the live show.

Jo Dee's concert will follow the format of her hugely successful Music Room Series tour. She'll be taking requests, chatting with fans and sharing details of her faith journey.

"I feel so blessed to be able to help folks give to the Harvest Hands," says Jo Dee, who adds that funds-raised last year were used to knock down a crack house in an inner-city community and to erect a playground in its place.