Keith Urban At Grand Ole Opry


Keith Urban is one of country music's biggest stars. His accessible country-pop sound and songs about love and relationship have endeared him to fans all over the world. Urban was born in New Zealand and raised in Australia, where he began his music career. In 1992, Urban moved to Nashville to try to make it big in the country industry. He debuted in the Us as part of the country trio The Ranch. In 1999 he released his first U.S. solo album, Keith Urban. That album went platinum and contained his first No. 1 hit, “But for the Grace of God.” With the release of his next album in 2002, Golden Road, Urban's career took off with the breakthrough hit “Somebody Like You.” Urban now has multiple platinum albums and 15 No 1 hits to his name, including “You'll Think of Me,” “Sweet Thing,” “Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me?” and “Stupid Boy.” Keith Urban was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on April 21, 2012.

Keith Urban has received many awards, including 26 Country Music Awards of Australia, 4 CMA Awards, and 4 Grammys, including two for Best Male Vocal Performance. Urban has made his mark on reality TV as well as country music by appearing as a judge on the Australian singing contest show The Voice. He will also be a judge on American Idol.
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