KEITH FILM AT HALL OF FAME

Keith Urban is the subject of a new short film that premieres Friday, Sept. 15, at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.

The 14-minute movie, titled Keith Urban Still Alive in ’06, takes viewers behind the scenes with Keith as he prepares for his 2005 headlining tour. The film introduces viewers to Keith’s band, his tour manager and others involved with the tour, and also gives them a peek at rehearsals. “I’m either packing or unpacking,” Keith comments in the movie. “It seems to be my life.” The movie is included with admission to the Hall of Fame.

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