Kane Brown is looking forward to his first performance at the Grand Ole Opry.

The “Be Like That” singer is set to perform at the Grand Ole Opry: 95 Years of Country Music special airing on NBC in honor of the historic venue being open for 95 years. The event will also feature performances from Carrie Underwood, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Kelsea Ballerini and Dolly Parton.

Kane spoke to E! about what his debut at the Grand Ole Opry on Sunday (February 14) means to him.

“A lot of artists have came to me to get me to play the Opry—Brad Paisley came and asked me, Darius came and asked me, I talked to Aldean about it, Lauren Alaina came and asked me before I played the Dallas halftime show—but I just wanted to kind of wait for that right time and that special moment,” Kane said. “I’m just glad that I get to say that I played the Opry now. And hopefully, I’ll get to come back and play when there’s actually fans.”

He also added that the show was particularly important to him because he was able to play, “For My Daughter,” which was written for his and wife Katelyn Jae‘s one-year-old daughter Kingsley Rose Brown.

“It’s cool that she’ll get to look back on this and it’ll be my first considered debut at the Opry,” Kane said. “The Opry is such a big thing in country music so it’ll be cool for her to look back on.”

Over the summer, Kane had to be rescued by police after getting lost on his own property. Click here to find out more!

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