Video: Keith Urban thinks Detroit is 'off the frickin' chain'

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Four-time Grammy award winner Keith Urban brought his Aussie brand of country pop rock to DTE on June 24, and from the sounds of it, he had a great time. 

Following his show, Urban took to Twitter to tell metro Detroiters how "off the frickin' chain" they were in a candid video shot on his tour bus. We weren't at the show (hello, Guns N Roses), but it sounds like some people - affectionately referred to in the video as "you crazy guys up on the grass" — made a lasting impression on the musician who's just cute as a button. 



Watch the full video below and try not to get too distracted by Keith's soul patch. 




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