As part of Palladia's "Tom Petty Thanksgiving Takeover," the premium cable music channel aired the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers gig at Fenway Park on Nov. 29 at 9 p.m, giving Petty fans around the world something to be thankful for.

The Fenway Park concert occurred on Aug. 30, 2014 in the 103-year-old baseball stadium while supporting Hypnotic Eye, his latest studio album. "So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star" launched the 20-track set list as he spanned his most classic tracks. The encore brought fourth a trifecta of renditions of "American Girl," "Don't Come Around Here No More" and "You Wreck Me."

The event was brought to viewers by Martyn Atkins, who is well versed in the music area having helmed John Fogerty: The Long Road Home in Concert, Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival 2013 and Paul Simon: Live at Webster Hall, UltimateClassicRock notes. Furthermore, Atkins lent a helping hand to Petty's 1990 album, High Grass Dogs, Live From the Fillmore as well as 2003's Live at the Olympic--The Last DJ.

For a full 24 hours beginning at 7 a.m. on Nov. 26, Palladia boasted uninterrupted Tom Petty music, incorporating two broadcasts of Runnin' Down a Dream, a four-hour documentary film directed by Peter Bogdanovich paired with captured footages from countless festivals throughout the "Free Fallin'" singer's career.

Petty fans were given two more live performances released by Palladia on Nov. 27 at 4 p.m., such as PBS' 2003 Soundstage as well as the group's 30th anniversary concert, Live from Gainesville, which represented their first gig in their hometown in about 13 years.

In other Tom Petty news, the singer who recently detailed his heroin abuse, has been manning his own SiriusXM Channel 31 station, Tom Petty Radio, since Nov. 20. "We are so honored and grateful to SiriusXM for giving our fans access to all of our music, from our biggest hits to very obscure tracks only available through this channel," he explained in a statement via Entertainment Weekly. "I intend to be very hands on and supply brand new exclusive tracks as well as rarities from our vaults. Our biggest hope is for a channel that is always entertaining in the way only radio can be."