Keith Urban loves to collaborate with other artists. Case in point is his current single, “One Too Many” with P!nk. Keith is also featured on BRELAND’s new release, “Throw It Back,” which was released today (June 4th). “BRELAND is my brother from another mother,” says Keith. “I LOVE creating with him. Everything is so simpatico and matter of fact – here it is! I’m stoked that a song written from our very first time writing together (June of last year) is finally coming out.” This is not their first collaboration – the pair wrote and recorded “Out The Cage,” which is featured on Keith’s The Speed of Now Part 1. Check out the video that was shot at Analog in Nashville.
The Grand Ole Opry has released a limited-edition LP vinyl, Unbroken|Empty Room, Full Circle, which includes memorable performances recorded live from the Opry stage in front of an empty house due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Artists featured on the new LP include Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Reba McEntire, Darius Rucker, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Luke Combs, Trace Adkins, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell and many others. The collection is available exclusively on Opry.com and at the Opry’s Nashville-based retail outlets.
Brothers Osborne will be featured in an upcoming episode of Circle Network’s new show, “Landmarks: The Stages of Country Music.” The new series delves into artists’ relationships with iconic venues including The Grand Ole Opry, the legendary Ryman Auditorium, Tootsie’s, Billy Bob’s, The Station Inn, Gruene Hall and more. The show will also raise awareness for Save Our Stages, which supports independent live music venues.