The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a Nashville landmark, and Keith Urban raised some serious cash for the cause at his 4th Annual We’re All For The Hall benefit last night (April 16).
The “Long Hot Summer” crooner looked to be in fine form as he took the stage at the Bridgestone Arena to rock out with fellow musicians like Sheryl Crow, Tim McGraw and Eric Church.
Of the gig, Keith told press, “The event gives people a different show each year. Equally as important, it helps me define the criteria for the invite list. Otherwise, I'd end up with a hundred people."
This time around, Urban went for the ‘Rebels and Renegades’ vibe. “I didn't want it to specifically be people that make outlaw music. I also wanted it to be people that have a fierce independence about the way they've gone about making their music. So it's really the spirit of the outlaw movement as much as the music itself."
"Because Vince [Gill] and I put it on and we're artists, we put on the kind of show we'd like to be a part of, too. So it's loose. You can do it any way you want. You can use me, Vince or none of us. You can do it solo, a cappella — any way you want to do it, just do two songs."