Keith Urban debuts fan video at show
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Keith Urban debuts fan video at show

Monday, July 30, 2007 – Keith Urban will debut a new video of "Days Go By," which began airing this weekend, as part of the production for his "Love, Pain & the whole crazy World Tour." The new version, which plays on the tour's 56-foot wide by 28-foot high-definition video wall, includes edited video clips of fans imitating Urban's "hand waving" motion from his "Days Go By" video.

Fans were also asked to showcase an easily identified landmark in the background and did so by featuring street signs and welcome signs from destinations around the globe. As video footage continues to pour in, fans will have the chance to share the spotlight with Urban throughout the remainder of his tour.

The video is a compilation put together by Urban's tour team.


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