Following the release of his latest EP, Shine, and his induction into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Keith Urban is set to embark on his third string of Las Vegas residency dates at Planet Hollywood. This comes after Urban's memorable performances alongside Eric Church and Dolly Parton in Nashville. Prior to that, he paid tribute to the late Ronnie Milsap, joining forces with Ricky Skaggs, Los Lonely Boys, and Kelly Clarkson for Milsap's final concert. During his heartfelt performance, Urban covered "Out Where the Bright Lights Are Glowing," a song originally sung by Milsap about country singer Jim Reeves. Interestingly, this song represented three artists who achieved crossover success through their innovative arrangements. Reeves expanded the use of various instruments in country music, Milsap incorporated passionate piano playing into his sound, and Urban successfully embraced recording technology to bridge the gap between pop and country. It is perhaps this unique ability to embody both genres that allows Urban to maintain a successful Las Vegas residency, consistently packing the house with eager fans. As he takes the stage at the Bakkt Theater, his career-spanning concerts showcase Urban in his prime. In fact, in his 2021 single "Wild Hearts," he affirms that anything is possible in life if one possesses a heart full of passion and a divine fire burning within.