Keith Urban to perform free concert in Nashville

Friday, May 6th will mark the much-anticipated release of Keith Urban’s eighth studio album Ripcord, which has already produced two No. 1 songs (“John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” and “Break On Me”) and one of the fastest rising chart singles of his career with “Wasted Time,” the current single streaking to the top of the charts.

Urban will make a stop in Nashville, as part of a coast-to-coast Ripcord promotional run for a free, outdoor, daytime performance at the Bridgestone Plaza on Monday, May 9th at noon CT. Fans are invited to attend and get more information at Urban’s website.

“Keith is an asset to this city on every level,” said Butch Spyridon. “His talent as a singer, songwriter and musician is unquestionable and as a citizen he is a model for others to follow. He has given back time and time again and it is truly appreciated. While he is celebrating the release of his next great record, which is already a hit in our book, he is still giving back! We can’t say enough and it is an honor to help celebrate the album release by partnering with him for this this event.”

In addition to his stop in Nashville, Urban will also be making stops in New York City for a live Tidal streaming event that will be broadcast from Stage 48, as well as in Los Angeles on May 10th , for “Inside The Songs Of RIPCORD” to take place at the 200-seat GRAMMY Museum’s Clive Davis Theater.

You can also catch Keith on his ripCORD WORLD TOUR 2016 with Brett Eldredge and Maren Morris on November 11 th at Bridgestone Arena. Tickets available now at


Author: Buddy Iahn

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