Keith Urban is making sure the world knows all about his new album, 'Fuse.' The singer-guitarist staged a series of sneak peek performances in Nashville, where he was joined by some famous friends.

Last Friday night (Sept. 6) Urban performed at Nashville's Riverfront Park, where he kicked off his set with 'Long Hot Summer.' He then invited Eric Church onstage to perform 'Raise 'Em Up,' a duet they recorded for 'Fuse.'

After that, Urban hit a series of Nashville honky tonks on Broadway, playing a short set of songs in each venue. He visited Legends Corner, Tootsie's Orchid Lounge and the Stage in rapid succession, playing his most recent No. 1, 'Little Bit of Everything,' as well as 'Good Thing' and 'Even the Stars Fall 4 U,' from the new album.

Urban had another famous friend join him onstage at Tootsie's. Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler jumped up to join Urban on ZZ Top's 'La Grange,' after which they jammed on the Aerosmith hit 'Walk This Way.'

Urban shared his excitement via Twitter after the fact.

 

'Fuse' is set for release on Tuesday (Sept. 10).