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Joyce flawlessly executed the challenging guitar solo during the song, leaving the stage knowing he had truly impressed himself. Moreover, he realized he could handle the immense pressure and bright lights of an arena show with ease.

Reflecting on the experience with American Songwriter, Joyce described it as “surreal,” expressing, “This has been a dream of mine, and I always thought if that were to ever happen, I would play ‘Good Thing’ because that’s my favorite song. It’s like a knee-jerk reaction for me; whenever I pick up any guitar, I start playing that riff.”

Following this unforgettable moment, Joyce made the bold decision to relocate to Nashville, the heart of country music. Today, he and Lex call Nashville home, and although adjusting took time, they’ve made significant strides. However, Joyce never forgets how he got there. In 2020, he shared a photo on Instagram alongside Urban from the night they performed together, expressing gratitude in the caption:

“Four years ago last night. Learned so much from this man, still can’t believe this actually happened. Thank you @keithurban #keithurban #nashville #dreamscometrue #thankful.”

In his interview with American Songwriter, Joyce extended his appreciation to Urban, stating, “To Keith, the biggest thank you in the whole world. You’re the reason I picked up a guitar in the first place, so thank you for trusting me to come onstage and for giving me that opportunity.”

Joyce remains indebted to Keith Urban for giving him a chance, and perhaps, someday, he’ll have the opportunity to reciprocate the favor

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