Born in New Zealand and raised in Australia, Keith Urban is one of country music's biggest superstars and most talented musicians. His well earned reputation as a premier songwriter, vocalist, musician and virtuoso guitarist ranks him among the music industry's elite no matter the genre.
Urban's seventh studio effort and fourth No. 1 album, 2013's Fuse, marked the first time that a male Country artist has debuted atop the all-genre charts in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Fuse's first single, "Little Bit of Everything" took the top spot on the Country Singles Chart, as did "We Were Us," featuring Miranda Lambert, which gave Urban a streak of five consecutive No. 1 songs (dating back to 2011's "Without You"). In fact, with the release of Fuse's fourth single "Somewhere In My Car," his third No. 1 from the album, Keith extended his lead as the artist with the most consecutive top 10 songs on Billboard's Country Airplay Chart, a streak which started in August of 2000.
Fuse is one of the most recognized albums of Urban's career, garnering 20 Award show nominations, including two 2015 Grammy nominations for Best Country Solo Performance ("Cop Car") and Best Country Duo/Group Performance ("Raise ‘Em Up" featuring Eric Church), as well as multiple CMA, ACM and ARIA Award wins.