Keith Urban Surprises Capitol Records With Marching Band Performance of ‘You Gonna Fly’
When Keith Urban says thank you to his team for their never-ending rallying and support of his career, he goes all out, every time. So it was only natural when his latest single ‘You Gonna Fly’ topped the charts for not one but two weeks, that he decided to send the entire marching band from Father Ryan High School in Nashville over to his record label, Capitol Records, to perform the song in celebration (check out the video below).
After lots of practice, the band marched into the label offices sporting their best better-in-black uniforms, amped up to help Urban show his gratitude in a really big way.
But that was not the only surprises Urban delivered this week. The hitmaker also sent Preston Brust and Chris Lucas from the LoCash Cowboys personalized thank you cards and a bottle of ’04 Cristal champagne each as a token of his appreciation for trusting him to do justice to the song they helped pen.
“Just got a super cool YOU GONNA FLY gift from @keithurban,” the duo tweeted, including a photograph of the beautifully wrapped bottles in pink cellophane packaging. “THANKS KEITH–U ROCK! Congrats on 2 weeks at #1 bro…”
‘You Gonna Fly’ is currently still at the top on all country singles charts, marking Urban’s third consecutive No. 1 single and his first multi-week chart-topper in at least a couple of years. Congrats again to Urban, the LoCash Cowboys and Jaren Johnston on the latest success!
Watch the Father Ryan High School Marching Band Perform ‘You Gonna Fly’
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