Keith Urban Makes Tour Opener Dustin Lynch a Little Nervous

“The biggest thing I’m nervous about is having to get onstage with him and Little Big Town,” Dustin says.

Dustin Lynch is happy to have landed the opening slot on Keith Urban's new Light the Fuse Tour, which opens Thursday (July 18) in Cincinnati.

“He trusts me,” the “Cowboys and Angels” singer says of Keith.

“I think he wouldn't have me out there if he didn’t think I could get everybody fired up.”

Awesome! But there is one part that gives Dustin butterflies.

“He’s always had his opening acts out at the end of the show with him, too. That’s probably the most, the biggest thing I’m nervous about—is having to get onstage with him and Little Big Town and roam around,” Dustin said.

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