Keith Urban was hooked on Nashville from his first visit in 1989. Three years later he packed up his things from Australia and moved to Music City to kick start his career.
According to a local paper, the sexual assault happened while other concertgoers watched, some of whom shot videos with their cellphones.
Turns out, country shows can get as rowdy as EDM ones.
Keith Urban is in high demand.
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In Nashville last night, nearly a dozen country artists performed at the annual We’re All 4 the Hall concert benefitting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The show was hosted by Keith Urban and Vince Gill, and at the end of the show, Urban took the stage to announce that, while final numbers were still being tallied, the show had already raised more than $600,000.
“I thought it’ll be a cool, intimate evening on a large scale for people to learn something about songs they love,” Urban told Radio.com about tonight’s concert, which benefits the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The country star and ‘American Idol’ judge takes fans on a backstage tour of his trailer, where he loves to kick back and relax when not on set. And it’s unlike anything you’ve probably ever imagined.
Lee Brice, Hunter Hayes, Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Kellie Pickler, and Keith Urban have also been added to the already impressive bill of the television special, which airs in May. LL Cool J and actor Chris O’Donnell will host.
The theme of this year’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum benefit is Songtellers (A LARGE Intimate Evening), and participants include Urban, Vince Gill, Reba, Kacey Musgraves, Brantley Gilbert and Ronnie Milsap. See the full list of performers!