Keith Urban brought “The Speed Of Now” tour to Denver, Colorado. Ingrid Andress and Tyler Hubbard were with him to open up the show and I’ve never seen so many people in their seats that early for an opener. Of course Ingrid Andreas is a Denver native and Tyler Hubbard is one half of the popular duo Florida Georgia Line which is called it quits. So, it made complete sense.
It’s little different seeing Tyler Hubbard on stage without Brian Kelley, but Tyler is definitely proving he can do this solo thing on his own. He even played the song that introduced Florida Georgia Line to the world.
Keith Urban never disappoints when he plays. The man makes you want to sign up for guitar lessons immediately. He makes look easy and he’s flawless when he plays. You can tell Keith loves to be on stage and his appreciation for his fans shows. Especially when he goes into the crowd to play like he’s always done and then signs his guitar to give it to an unexpected fan. Talk about a souvenir.
I personally wouldn’t mind seeing Keith have a fiddle in the band, but that’s a different conversation. When you play a show in Denver you have to have “Rocky Mountain High” in your set list or don’t bother showing up. Even if it’s only a snippet of the song. People in Colorado will sing the hell out of it with you.
When Keith Urban shows up to play. Make plans to see him and his guitar skills. They will never let you down. For tickets and info on Keith Urban’s “The Speed Of Now” tour visit www.keithurban.com.
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