18th Annual Governor’s Black-Tie Invitational Benefit Concert by Keith Urban

On assignment for LV Photo, after dinner, community honors and a charity auction that raised more than $1,000,000 during the evening, the 18th Annual Governors’s Black-Tie Invitational – Grand Bash wrapped up the night with a benefit concert by Keith Urban and his band.

Singer/Songwriter Keith Urban
Singer/Songwriter Keith Urban

Supported by Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, the event is produced by the Southern Highlands Charitable Foundation, created by the Olympia Companies, to raise funds for numerous local charities across the Las Vegas Valley.

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval

Leading the band through a lively 90-minute set, singer/songwriter Keith Urban joked about his formal attire for the evening. He said he has never worn a suit in performance before. For this occasion, he told the band, “We better step it up for this one!”

Singer/Songwriter Keith Urban
Singer/Songwriter Keith Urban

Musician Danny Rader played a variety of instruments throughout the performance, sometimes stepping in on the bass to fill in for the missing Jerry Flowers, who was unable to make the event.

Musician Danny Rader
Musician Danny Rader

Musician Nathan Barlowe played percussion, synth and guitar at different times of the show.

Musician Nathan Barlowe
Musician Nathan Barlowe

Drummer Seth Rausch set the beat throughout the night.

Drummer Seth Rausch
Drummer Seth Rausch

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View the photo blog from the Dinner, Honors and Charity Auction for the 18th Annual Governor’s Black-Tie Invitational Grand Bash.

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