Country fans in the U.S. first met Keith Urban just before the turn of the millennium, when the Aussie singer released a self-titled album stateside. Its single "But for the Grace of God" -- penned by Charlotte Caffey and Jane Wieldlin of The Go-Go's -- took Urban to the top of the country charts. No one could have predicted that his gentle twang would resonate so deeply with country music fans and propel him into superstar status. But over the years, Urban, who has once again signed on to sit as a judge on American Idol, has become a household name.
This playlist represents a few of the gems that helped build the singer's career. They are more or less in chronological order, to better map out his progression over the years. It starts with the first single from his former group, The Ranch, and ends with his current single, "Little Bit of Everything." Hit play and enjoy what represents nearly 15 years of hits from Keith Urban.