It’s never easy for a person to admit that drinking or drugs have taken control of your life, and everything else seems to be spiraling out of control. Realizing and owning up to that is the first and most difficult step in changing your life and getting clean and sober. Brantley Gilbert has been sober for almost 3 years now and during a recent interview, gave major props to Keith Urban for helping him by visiting him and encouraging him when he was feeling ‘down and out’ at a super low point in his life.
The broadcast will honor country’s biggest acts, including Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line.
The charges against Sean Murphy have now been dropped after he was accused of rape at a Keith Urban concert while onlookers took a cellphone video.
Keith Urban turns up the heat in the new video for his single “Somewhere in My Car.”
Taking a line from the Journey classic “Faithfully,” which describes life on tour for a traveling artist and their crew: “Life on the road ain’t always easy….” But it sure looks like Keith Urban, his road crew and some of his opening acts, like Lee Brice and Brett Eldridge all had a blast creating this super funny lip-dub video to the classic life-on-the-road song “Faithfully” to say goodbye and thanks to all the fans they performed for coast to coast on Urban’s “Raise Em Up Tour” which recently wrapped up in Sacramento California! See the video plus a special message from Keith to all his adoring fans here…
Watch: Keith Urban, Jerrod Niemann & Brett Eldredge Lip Sync Journey’s ‘Faithfully’ in Tour-Ending Video
Country fans, Urban and crew will be forever yours, faithfully.
Country songwriter Rivers Rutherford provides voice-over for the music-driven spot.
Music is the driving force in Keith Urban‘s life, and the city of Nashville is largely where he made the professional connection to get his music to the masses. For that reason, Keith is passionate […]
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.