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    Country Singer Fights To Save Spot On ‘The Voice’ With Teary-Eyed Keith Urban Cover

    The Voice is approaching its final stages of the competition, and while those stages come with great excitement, there is some sadness involved. This sadness comes as a greater number of artists are eliminated to help narrow the field before the finals. This week, The Voice eliminated not one, but two contestants by the time […] More

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    Nicole Kidman Says She & Keith Urban ‘Didn’t Really Know Each Other’ When They Got Married

    Over 11 years of marriage and two children later, Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman appear to be more in love than ever. However, while the pair are one of the most enduring A-list couples on the scene, Kidman revealed that when she first married the country music superstar they didn’t really know each other all that well. In an […] More

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    Nicole Kidman Responds To Rumors That She And Keith Urban Are Leaving Nashville

    When you are as big a celebrity as Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are, sometimes the media gets ahold of a tiny bit of information and runs with it. Luckily, they are both interviewed regularly at events so they can pretty much confirm or deny rumors very quickly. Earlier this week, rumors began swirling that […] More

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    Overjoyed Keith Urban Offers Gracious ‘Thank You’ To Fans Following Big Wins At Awards Show

    Keith Urban has more than one reason to celebrate following Sunday’s (November 19) American Music Awards. In fact, he has three reasons to celebrate! As one of the largest awards shows in the music industry, the AMAs honor artists of all genres, including pop, rock, soul, and country. The awards are unique in the fact […] More

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    Keith Urban Touches Hearts With Tender Rendition Of ‘But For The Grace Of God’

    On November 28, 2000, Keith Urban released the third single off of his debut American album, called “But for the Grace of God.” Co-written by Urban, Charlotte Caffey, and Jane Wiedlin, the song truly put Urban on the map as a major artist in the country music industry. After claiming the top spot on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart […] More

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    Keith Urban’s ‘Blue Ain’t Your Color’ Is Still All The Rage Over A Year After Its Release

    Released in August 2016 as the fourth single off of his Grammy-nominated album Ripcord, Keith Urban‘s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” took just a few months to top the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It finally reached that coveted number one spot on November 19, 2016, and it remained in that same spot for 12 consecutive weeks.  The popularity of […] More

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    Emotions Run High During Keith Urban’s ‘Blue Ain’t Your Color’ At Country Rising

    The country music community was devastated Oct. 1 when a gunman opened fire on the attendees of Route 91 Harvest in Las Vegas, taking the lives of 58 and leaving hundreds more injured. Following the tragic event, the leading men and women of the country music community rallied together to organize star-studded benefit concert Country […] More

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    Keith Urban Slams Sexism & Rape Culture With Empowering New Song ‘Female’

    Keith Urban sure had his plate full at the CMA Awards this year!  Poised to be one of the big winners of the night, Urban was nominated in a total of four categories: Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Single of the Year (for “Blue Ain’t Your Color”), and Music Video of […] More

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    2017 CMA Award For Song of the Year Announced

    2017 was filled with countless incredible country songs, but only one can be named “Song of the Year.” Every year, we always think this is the that best country music will get, but every year we are impressed by the endless talent that these singers and songwriters put out in the world. Many songs could […] More

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    2017 CMA Awards Opens With All-Star Lineup Of Artists

    Leading up to the 2017 CMA Awards, everyone knew it would be hard to compete with last year’s opening performance. Since the 2016 CMA Awards were the 50th, the opening performance was as elaborate as it gets, and placed country legends and modern stars on the same stage. The performance concluded with Randy Travis joining […] More

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