keith urban net worth
According To Uswhispers keith urban net worth is $75 million dollars. Keith Urban is a New Zealand-born and Australian-raised country music songwriter and record producer. Almost 20 years after his debut album, "Keith Urban," he is still going strong.
At the beginning of the 1990s, EMI in Australia signed Urban to a record deal. In 1991, he released his self-titled debut album, and from 1993 to 1994, he toured with Slim Dusty as his opening act. The first time he performed at the Grand Ole Opry, he accompanied Dusty Springfield. In 1992, Urban made the move to Nashville, Tennessee, where he has resided ever since.
His songwriting partnership with Vernon Rust started in 1995, and they collaborated on hits like Toby Keith's "Jesus Gets Jealous of Santa Claus," 4 Runner's "That Was Him (This Is Now)" and the Raybon Brothers' "Tangled Up in Love" (1997).
Urban's self-titled debut album in the United States was released in 1999. As a result of his No. 4 single "Your Everything," he became the first male New Zealander to crack the Top 10 of the US country music charts. But for the Grace of God, his first No. 1 hit, was the follow-up. he was awarded the Academy of Country Music's Top New Male Vocalist Award, and the Country Music Association's Horizon Award in 2001.
In 2002, he released his second American album, "Golden Road." Urban produced seven of the album's 13 tracks, while Dann Huff co-produced the other six. In 2005, he won the Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for "You'll Think of Me," the fourth single from the album that spent six weeks at the top of the charts.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s Relationship
According To Uswhispers Nicole met Keith at the G'Day USA gala in 2005, four years after her divorce from Tom Cruise. When they first met, it was as if they were in love at first sight, but neither of them believed the other. Nicole confessed to Ellen DeGeneres in 2017 that she had a "crush" on him but was disappointed when he showed no interest in her.
"I swear to you," said Keith when asked about the incident on The Oprah Winfrey Show: "she floated across the room. I'm stumped as to how she managed it. It was extraordinary, and there was a brief window of opportunity during which she was alone, so I went up to say hello." Nicole, on the other hand, insists he didn't call her for four months after he said they "really clicked."