Country music star Keith Urban held a private concert for more than 200 first responders at a drive-in theater outside Nashville last night.
He told CNN's Brianna Keilar that although there wasn't the same crowd energy from a regular concert, "there was just various car horns and headlights and cheers...we had such a great time."
"The idea of playing to people in vehicles is a bit of a no brainer," the grammy winner said, adding that figuring out how to scale up in a safe, socially distanced way, is the challenge.
Urban and his team spent a month planning the concert to play with a minimal crew.
"I didn't really have a live band on stage. I had two players, but they were 8 or 10 feet away from me. And some ways, it was like glorified karaoke. There was a guy playing tracks and then keyboard, sort of his laptops of tracks and I'm singing live and playing but it meant that we had very limited crew. All the crew had masks on," he said.
"It was a way to see what this could look like and it's definitely a potential," Urban added.