Check out Keith Urban‘s new music video for “Come Back to Me” off his album Fuse. The song won’t be a single, but it’s a fan favorite, and Keith decided to make a music video just for our enjoyment….and enjoy it I did.
Keith Urban’s FUSE is one of the four-time Grammy Award winner’s most successful album releases to date. It marked the only time in history that a male Country artist had captured the #1 all-genre album chart simultaneously in the U.S., Canada and Australia, spawned four #1 songs, including Urban’s 18th #1 “Raise ‘Em Up,” extended his historic streak of Top 10 singles to thirty-three and garnered nearly two dozen Award nominations from around the globe.
“I wanna say a massive thank you to all of you that made FUSE the most extraordinary ride,” said Urban. “As we toured around the last couple years, you guys always asked if we’d ever shoot a video for “Come Back To Me” and well, we did, and here it is…and it’s all yours!!!
“Come Back To Me” debuted exclusively with Keith Urban’s fan club, The ‘Ville, this Wednesday, May 20th at 9am ET at keithurban.net. The video will be made available wide on Thursday, May 21st at 9am ET and can be viewed here at that time: http://smarturl.it/comebackvid. The video was shot last December in Nashville and was directed by Chris Hicky. “Come Back To Me” was written by Shane McAnally, Brandy Clark and Trevor Rosen and was co-produced by Butch Walker and Urban.
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CMT today announced Carrie Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum and Luke Bryan are the first set of highly anticipated performers set to take the stage at the 2015 “CMT Music Awards”. The star-studded lineup marks the loudest night in country music and will broadcast live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, June 10th at 8:00 PM ET/PT.
Last week through an ambitious multiplatform rollout, CMT unveiled nominations for the awards, which includes more than 45 nominated artists/groups. This year, each performer scored multiple nods. Country superstar Carrie Underwood is the frontrunner with five awards nominations, including two for “Video of the Year,” two for “Female Video of the Year” and one for “Collaborative Video of the Year” for her duet with Miranda Lambert. Lady Antebellum and Kenny Chesney followed with an impressive four nominations each. Florida Georgia Line and Jason Aldean earned a respective three nominations, while Keith Urban and Luke Bryan both scored two nods. Additional performers, presenters and host will be announced at a later date.
To celebrate the upcoming performances, CMT will be airing nominee videos during morning music hours, while CMT Pure, CMT’s 24-hour music channel, will feature nomination blocks by category throughout the day. In addition, CMT Radio will feature performer interviews on both “CMT After Midnite” and “CMT Radio Live”.
Fans can vote now via CMT.com through June 7 at 11:59 PM ET to determine the winners. The six finalists for Video of the Year will be announced at the beginning of the live show and fans can then vote at CMT.com throughout the live telecast (ET/CT only) to determine the night’s big winner.
“American Idol” wrapped it’s 14th season last night with epic performances. Judge Keith Urban took part in the action performing “Even the Stars Fall for You” off his album ‘Fuse.’ Wife Nicole Kidman was on hand to get her groove on from the audience as she watched.
Later in the show, Keith joined fellow Judges Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr for their rendition of “Diamond” and “Locked Out of Heaven.”
Eventually (like 2 hours later) winner Nick Fradiani was crowed American Idol…making Tennessean Clark Beckham the runner up.