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Keith Urban’s ‘All 4 the Hall’ reveals stories behind country songs

Keith Urban heads up unique benefit concert in Nashville
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Keith Urban and Vince Gill will once again welcome a star-studded country music lineup to the 5th annual We’re All 4 the Hall benefit concert. Great American Country announced on March 25 that this year’s concert will have a unique twist.

For fans who have ever been intrigued by the stories behind the songs, such as Blake Shelton writing “Over You” in honor of his late brother or Taylor Swift writing “Ronan” in honor of a four year old boy who lost his battle with Cancer, will be fascinated by this year’s We’re All 4 the Hall theme.

The “Songtellers” theme will have country music artists performing songs they’ve written or recorded and telling the story of what the song means to them. The 2014 We’re All 4 the Hall will be a unique opportunity for fans to get inside the heads and hearts of their favorite artists and hear their songs with a fresh perspective.

We’re All 4 the Hall will feature Keith Urban, Vince Gill, Carrie Underwood, Brantley Gilbert, Kip Moore, Kacey Musgraves, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Ronnie Milsap, Lee Ann Womack, David Nail, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Buddy Miller and Deana Carter. We’re All 4 the Hall benefits the Country Music Hall of Fame’s ongoing efforts to preserve country music history and provide educational programs.

The event will take place at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Tickets range from $35-50 and will be on sale April 4 beginnig at 10:00 a.m. Central. Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000. Tickets can also be purchased at the Bridgestone Arena box office.

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