Watch Keith Urban’s Nashville concerts now on your phone or iPad

 

Keith Urban took over downtown Nashville on Friday in celebration of the Tuesday release of his new CD "Fuse." Keith first played a free show at Nashville's new Cumberland Park and then headed to Legends Corner, Tootsies Orchid Lounge, and The Stage on Lower Broadway where he played for an overly packed crowd of adoring fans. 

You can see a bit of the behind-the-scenes work that went into the concert above. You can also check out the live stream from New York's Times Square here. There's also a great bunch of photos from the evening over on The Tennessean

The shows all streamed live, but if you missed those then you can watch them now on your iPhone, Android phone, or iPad now. Just head over to Lively's website and downlaod the app. That will give you access to the concert footage. 

If you were in Nashville and watched the shows live, we'd love to hear about your experience in the comments. 

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