Keith Urban has revealed yet another all-star lineup for his third annual benefit concert, We're All for the Hall, set to take place in Nashville in January. The star power for the concert benefiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will include Vince Gill, Rascal Flatts, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Little Big Town, the Oak Ridge Boys, and of course, the CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee himself.

Urban started the special benefit concept in 2009 to help support the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's long-term financial needs, providing a safety net for its work. "The support that this event has received over the past couple of years, I think, really speaks to the commitment to and the importance of preserving the past and protecting the future of country music," says Urban. "We’ll have some great bands performing, part of our ‘All Together Now’ theme for the night, an especially fitting concept that we hope will capture the spirit of the evening."

We're All for the Hall is set for Wednesday, January 18 at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. Tickets for the event, which has understandably sold out each year prior, range from $25-35 in price. Tickets will go on sale November 4. Urban anticipates announcing additional performers in the coming weeks.

Next week, Urban's new single, 'You Gonna Fly,' is set to impact country radio. The song is the fourth release from his gold-certified album, 'Get Closer.'

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