Promotional Schedule Cancelled on Keith Urban's New Album

All scheduled trip and appearances for Keith Urban's "Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing" have been cancelled following his rehab.


There's a price to pay for Keith Urban upon falling into alcoholism. Following his decision to undergo the rehab, the famed country singer has to face the fact that all trip and appearances arranged to promote his forthcoming album "Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing" have sadly been cancelled.

Bound to be on a 28-day program at Cumberland Heights rehab clinic in Nashville after entering the place on Thursday night, October 19, 2006, Urban actually was due to visit Australia this week for an industry showcase and next Sunday's ARIA Awards in Sydney.

Meanwhile, a harsh response dealing with Urban's relapse has come out from his uncle Brian Urban, the brother of his father Bob Urban. "I'd like to get hold of him," so he remarked from his home in Helensville, New Zealand. I'd scrag (wring his neck) him."

In the same occasion, the man has also expressed his doubt on the effectiveness of another stay in rehab for his nephew. "Well he's done it before, hasn't he? And it didn't fix him," he said. "Why should it work the second time?"

© AceShowbiz.com


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