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Urban’s ‘All For The Hall’ benefit to be April 10
NASHVILLE, TENN. (AP) - Keith Urban has rescheduled a benefit concert for April 10.
He had to postpone the third annual "All For The Hall" Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum fundraiser in Nashville on Jan. 18 because he's still recovering from having a polyp removed from a vocal cord late last year.
His first return to the stage since mid-November is expected to be on the Feb. 3 Grand Ole Opry.
Hall of fame members Vince Gill and Alabama, and Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert's Pistol Annies, Rascal Flatts, Alison Krauss & Union Station, The Band Perry, Thompson Square and others will perform in the benefit concert along with Urban.
Tickets go on sale Jan. 27. He's raised about $1 million so far.
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