Ray Stevens is set to hit television screens across the country with the premiere of his new show, Ray Stevens' Nashville, on RFD-TV.

The talk show is set to premiere on Nov. 7 at 8:30PM ET and will feature the iconic artist and comedian's favorite things about Music City.

“I hope lots of folks tune in and watch. This show is fun to do, and I know it’s going to be fun to watch," Stevens says in a press release. "I get to perform with great musicians and recording artists and get to introduce America to a side of Nashville they may have never seen or known about."

Ray Stevens' Nashville, which is also the name of Stevens' 2014 memoir, will feature some of Nashville's best artists, including Larry Gatlin, Bobby Bare, Tanya Tucker, Lee Greenwood, Aaron Tippin, Darryl Worley, Steve Wariner, John Conlee, TG Sheppard and others, during its first season.

Stevens is no stranger to the small screen: In addition to his comedy performances and music videos, he has also appeared in a number of TV shows, and he debuted his own Ray-ality TV show on TNN in 2014.

"I'm so excited about my new show on RFD-TV," Stevens says. "It's music from some of Nashville's best writers, artists and musicians, and it's full of comedy. Hey, music and comedy... it's what I do, and I'm having a ball doing it!"