NASHVILLE NEWS AND NOTES – TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2016!

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The Band Perry was forced to cancel a planned show in Delaware last night after a pair of men reportedly made threatening statements at the venue.  The Delaware State Police are searching for the suspects, said to be two males between 20-30 years of age, who reportedly “made alarming statements” to an employee working at the venue in Selbyville. The show has been rescheduled for August 17.

Following his sold out show in Pittsburgh over the weekend, Kenny Chesney was also able to add his touch to the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular broadcast last night.  Kenny performed a couple of songs from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas including “American Kids” and “Noise.”

Keith Urban gave one talented fan a night he’ll never forget this weekend in New Hampshire.  The fan, who is an aspiring musician, held up a sign that read “Can I play your guitar?”  It also happened to be the fan’s birthday.  So, Keith invited the man, Robert Joyce, onstage to play guitar during Keith’s performance of “Good Thing.”  Keith was so impressed with Robert’s performance he sent him a personal video message after the show, offering up a “massive shout-out of awesomeness to Rob, who killed it on guitar.”  Watch the event unfold here: