seized the moment Wednesday night (June 5) at the awards show to perform his latest single, “Little Bit of Everything.” With
a ukulele and banjo setting the tone for the mid-tempo song, the superstar’s restrained guitar solo provided a tasteful bookend
to close the performance.
Urban has demonstrated his energy and a strong work ethic throughout his career, and the
attention has paid off, including his first season as an American Idol judge. Earlier this year, he helped raise $650,000
for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville by hosing the fourth annual We’re All for the Hall concert. More
recently, he jammed with John Mayer and Vince
Gill at Eric Clapton‘s Crossroads Guitar Festival in New York City
and joined the Rolling Stones onstage at a concert in Los Angeles.
been working on Fuse, his first new album since 2010’s Get Closer, which will be released in September.
really wanted to challenge myself musically … expand the boundaries of my sound, rhythm and melody, while still remaining
true to who I am,” he says.
He launches his Light the Fuse tour on July 18 in Cincinnati. In the meantime, he’ll be
appearing Saturday (June 8) at the CMA Music Festival at Nashville’s
LP Field in a lineup that includes Florida Georgia Line, Dierks
Bentley and Kelly Clarkson, among others.