Keith Urban Thanks Fans with Awesomely '80s Video Tribute to Journey
updated 09/10/2014 AT 04:00 PM EDT
•originally published 09/10/2014 AT 02:35 PM EDT
With a little help from Journey's Steve Perry, Keith Urban and his musical road crew – all 65 strong – posted a video thanking fans for support as his successful "Raise 'Em Up" summer tour came to a close.
Shot behind the scenes, from tour bus bunks to arena stages, the funny footage features everyone, including supporting acts Jerrod Niemann and Brett Eldredge offering up their own bit of karaoke as they lip sync to Journey's 1983 love anthem, "Faithfully."
"The Raise 'Em Up Tour may have come to a close, but the band and crew are forever yours, faithfully," Urban's team captioned the clip.
The video showcases air guitar played on a broom and cardboard box, and serious crooning from crew catering alongside guitar techs – and Eldredge! – in awesome '80s wigs. Urban, who is nominated for four trophies at this year's CMA Awards, appears late in the video, happily jamming.
The country superstar and American Idol judge kicked off his latest tour July 12 at the Calgary Stampede in Alberta, Canada, crisscrossing the country at fair dates and amphitheaters. The tour's name honors Urban's duet with Eric Church, "Raise 'Em Up," from his 2013 album Fuse.