Keith Urban and Eric Church's collaboration video for "Raise 'Em Up" is a beautiful visual, and now the two singers are taking us behind the scenes of the filming. The new clip shows what went into the making of the music video.
A few country stars had a chance to jam with B.B. King over the years, but none got the opportunity Keith Urban had in 2009. The country picker and the blues great led an all-star jam at the Grammys that year. King died at the age of 89 on Thursday night (May 14).
When Keith Urban's recent set at New Orleans Jazz Fest was threatened by rain and storms the singer didn't miss a beat, segueing into covers of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Who'll Stop the Rain" without the benefit of his band. He's a festival pro, born into an outdoor music scene that included fierce competition in Australia.
A list of which artists will be performing on which days at 2015 Country Jam has been revealed. The Band Perry, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw and Toby Keith are headlining the four day festival in Grand Junction, Colo. In addition, two separate stages will be rocking before and between sets.
During an interview prior to his New Orleans Jazz Fest set, Keith Urban took a moment to lay a kiss on a Louisiana teacher. But it's safe to say wife Nicole Kidman will have no objections to this smooch.
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