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You can now see Keith Urban coming out of a shower shirtless in his black and white music video for his new single, "Without You." While the country star plays guitar in a sparsely furnished room, personal images from his life on the road, the stage, his wedding to Nicole Kidman and footage of daughter Sunday Rose in her crib are projected onto the white walls. Other intimate footage captures the married couple running playfully on a beach – and a bare-chested Urban getting out of a hotel room shower. Although Urban didn't write "Without You", he says the song tells about many of the experiences of his family life. "It was uncanny how much it was suited to my life."
Kenny Chesney is really looking forward to getting back on the road. And for a seasoned tour pro like Kenny, you might not think he would get nervous, but he does get butterflies. "I wouldn’t say I was nervous. Now I may change my mind, later on, when it gets closer to showtime. We’re working so hard right now that — preparing to go on the road — that it’s…I’m not nervous at all. But I might be a little nervous, but I’m more…I got butterflies, but it’s a different butterflies. It’s not a nervous, ‘Oh my God, what are we gonna do,’ it’s an anxiousness to get out there and really, really try to blow people’s hair back with our music and try to show them the best time ever.” This year’s tour launches on St. Patrick’s Day — always a good day for a party — this Thursday, March 17th, in West Palm Beach, Florida!
Tim McGraw really surprised an injured US veteran when he showed up at Jared LaDuke's front door and asked to use the restroom. Jared, his wife and 2-year old son were seeing their newly-furnished apartment in Texas for the first time since leaving the Operation Homefront Village where Jared was recovering from injuries he received during an insurgent attack in Iraq. "The whole apartment is fully furnished with brand new stuff. I was in shock," LaDuke remembers. "Then Tim McGraw walks in a few minutes later. Like as if a furnished apartment ain't enough? It was so surreal. Tim said, 'I was just in the neighborhood, so I thought I'd stop by. I was just wondering if I could use y'all's bathroom.' And the good news keeps coming. A few days after McGraw's visit, the LaDukes received a package full of more Thomas the Tank Engine trains and tracks. And a note that said, "It was a real pleasure getting to meet you, Talon! Sincerely, Tim McGraw."
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