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Keith Urban was slyly dropping hints about the surprises he had in store at the All For The Hall benefit concert this week, but little did he know the night's biggest surprise was aimed at him.
Imagine the rush of singing in front of thousands of fans, then turning around to find Keith Urban and Vince Gill in your band.
Worried he might lose some of his singing ability, Keith Urban instead emerged from his surgery to remove a polyp and a nodule from his vocal cords with benefits he never imagined.
Worried he might lose some of his singing ability, Keith Urban actually emerged from his surgery to remove a polyp and a nodule from his vocal cords with benefits he never imagined.
Vanderbilt and Tennessee have resumed the second half of their game at the Southeastern Conference women's tournament after a delay because of a tornado warning in the area.
For over 55 minutes, Nashville Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne tortured the Capitals by turning aside everything — whether he saw it or not. A late goal by Washington's Troy Brouwer should've been it, a victory earned by stellar goaltending and timely offense. It wasn't.
If there's one thing that the Nashville Predators have been known for through just over 1,000 NHL games, it's goaltending. That chain started with Tomas Vokoun.
Defensive-zone coverage was one of the Capitals' paramount changes last season as they turned into one of the more reliable teams in their own end of the rink.
Some lucky Taylor Swift fans will get a chance to see her tour before it officially kicks off later this month _ all in the name of charity.