Keith Urban Takes It Back to Nashville’s Honky-Tonks to Launch New Album

He’ll hit three—including Tootsie's World Famous Orchid Lounge—on Friday night.

Photo by Curtis Hilbun/AFF-USA.Com

Once upon a time (in the 1990s), Keith Urban and his band, The Ranch, played a dinky dive called Jack's Guitar Bar, a place so small that its one pool table was about the same size as the stage. 

Keith must miss that—he's gonna play three of Nashville's better-known honky-tonks Friday night (Sept. 6) to help launch his new album, Fuse, being released four days later, according to a full-page ad placed in a local newspaper.

Those three honky-tonks include Tootsie's World Famous Orchid Lounge, featured often on the TV show Nashville and a place that once served as the late-night watering hole for every performer on the Grand Ole Opry. The other two honky-tonks are Legends Corner and The Stage.

The ad instructed fans to listen to Nashville's three country stations to score tickets.

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