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Get Some Early Ear Candy From Keith Urban

Get Some Early Ear Candy From Keith Urban

Keith Urban is offering fans a special listening party for his upcoming album, “FUSE”.” The singer will mark the release of his seventh studio album with a pre-release party and performance on September 6th in Nashville. Fans can watch the special performance via the singer’s first ever live digital performance on Yahoo! Music’s “Ram Country Live.” It’ll air at 8:00 pm Central on September 6th, just four days before the September 10th release of “FUSE.” By going to keithurban.net, fans can also win tickets to the show through special contests that will be announced in the coming weeks. Keith returns to the next season of “American Idol.” He’s currently he on his “Light the Fuse” tour, with concerts scheduled through the end of the year.

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