Last week at the Country Weekly offices in Nashville, a 12 X 9-foot replica of our recent Keith Urban cover was stolen off the side of our Music Row office building. But we're happy to report that the "supersized Keith Urban" has been returned! CW's editor, Bill Gubbins, got a call from a woman who wishes to remain anonymous, saying she bought the banner for $200 from people who knew she was a Keith Urban fan. She had no idea it was stolen-and thinks the folks who sold it to her weren't the original thieves-but when she heard the news, she immediately called Nashville Metro police. For turning it in so quickly, we offered this honest woman two tickets to Keith's sold-out March shows at the Ryman. As for the banner? It'll be sold, with proceeds going to charity.


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