Keith Urban, the youngest of four children, grew up in New Zealand and later moved to Australia where he began taking guitar lessons. A few years later Keith made a mark on the Australian music scene releasing his self-titled debut album with EMI Australia. In 1992, Keith made the big move to the States, landing in Nashville. For years he found himself writing songs for other people including, Toby Keith and 4Runner, until he started the band The Ranch with Peter Clarke and Jerry Flowers in 1997. It wasn’t until 1999 that Keith went out on his own releasing his self-titled American debut solo album. He charted his first No. 1 single with “But For The Grace of God” and he was off to the races. The 2005 and 2018 CMA Entertainer of the Year has since released seven platinum selling studio albums, including “Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing” and “Ripcord.” He settled down in 2006 when he wed actress Nicole Kidman and welcomed two daughters Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret.
- Full Name: Keith Lionel Urban
- Hometown: Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand
- Birthdate: October 26, 1967
- Top Selling Songs:“Cop Car,” “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16,” “Blue Ain’t Your Color”