Easton Corbin played one of the most unique gigs of his career to date in Baltimore last month. To help promote his new single, “Clockwork,” what better venue to set up shop than a century-old clock tower?

The 16-story Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower still has a functioning clock, and primarily houses art studios. Guests enjoyed “clock”-tails and clock-themed catering.

He sang his debut single “A Little More Country Than That,” and followed it up with a slew of new tunes: “Be My Love Song,” “Just Add Water” and the catchy “Clockwork,” which is about a guy who gets his heart broken by the same woman at the same time every week to local radio winners.

Easton closed the set with his hit “Roll With It,” and took time to take pictures with enthusiastic fans after the set. The guests and Easton all had a chance to tour the 15th-floor clock room and learn about the singular building’s history.

Be sure to listen to Cowboy Country to hear his new single soon!