Keith Urban was fully dressed, amped up and ready to perform, but he couldn't take the stage in Austin, Texas as scheduled on Thursday (Aug. 15).

Major storms knocked out the power at the concert venue, meaning there were no lights and no production. One might say that a 'fuse' was blown. The singer was not stoked about the issues, even filming a minute-long apology video to fans in the region who were as excited to see him as he was to play for them.

"We're so sorry about tonight, thank you everybody for your patience," Urban says.

The singer, who will issue his new album 'Fuse' this September, was clearly frustrated about not being able to do his job and take the stage on this date of his Light the Fuse Tour.

The good news is that Urban does say he hopes to reschedule so that fans in Austin will get their chance to experience the singer live and in the flesh. Despite his visible dissatisfaction, Urban's video apology was almost unnecessary. After all, he wasn't at fault.