What a homecoming!
Keith Urban just wrapped the Australian leg of his "Get Closer 2011 World Tour," where the four-time Grammy winning country star played sold-out arenas from Melbourne to Sydney.
Highlights, you ask? An onstage visit from a a 5-year-old boy (in Adelaide) that wanted Urban to sign his guitar, which he did after performing "Days Go By"; another, an 11-year-old boy (in Tamworth) whose sign "Keith Your Music Rocks" (which he also signed) caught Urban's attention; Urban's performance of his hit "Making Memories Of Us" with a hand-crafted acoustic guitar made of 300-year-old Cedar Wood specifically created to benefit the Slim Dusty Foundation; and a meeting with Queensland Premier to make a donation to the Disaster Relief Appeal and to offer "love, prayers and support" to those affected by the December floods.
Tickets are now available at www.keithurban.net, which include Jake Owens for all U.S. Dates (starting June 16) and The Band Perry in Canada.
But for now, check out the biggest highlight of all: Urban’s cover of The Eagles "Seven Bridges Road" with opening act Lady Antebellum that raised the roof off The Sydney Entertainment Center!
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