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Keith Urban - Keith Urban (1999) In the late 90s, country music was introduced to a new country singer from down under - Mr. Keith Urban. Urban made his debut in 1999 with his self-titled debut album. Urban's debut single "It's a Love Thing" peaked at #18 on the charts but it was the other singles on the album that really announced his entrance to country music. Songs like "Your Everything", "But for the Grace of God", and "Where the Blacktop Ends" all reached the Top 5 at country radio. Aaron and Emily discuss and debate whether or not the Keith Urban sound of this album holds up to his sound in 2020. Spoiler: There's not a consensus.
Keith Urban - Keith Urban (1999) In the late 90s, country music was introduced to a new country singer from down under - Mr. Keith Urban. Urban made his debut in 1999 with his self-titled debut album. Urban's debut single "It's a Love Thing" peaked at #18 on the charts but it was the other singles on the album that really announced his entrance to country music. Songs like "Your Everything", "But for the Grace of God", and "Where the Blacktop Ends" all reached the Top 5 at country radio. Aaron and Emily discuss and debate whether or not the Keith Urban sound of this album holds up to his sound in 2020. Spoiler: There's not a consensus.
What It Takes To Be Keith Urban's Drummer | Seth Rausch, Drummer for Keith Urban, Little Big Town From getting fired from his full-time gig to drumming with Keith Urban and Little Big Town, Seth shares his ups and downs his career, along with how perfectly balances the demands of being a family man and a working drummer.
What It Takes To Be Keith Urban's Drummer | Seth Rausch, Drummer for Keith Urban, Little Big Town From getting fired from his full-time gig to drumming with Keith Urban and Little Big Town, Seth shares his ups and downs his career, along with how perfectly balances the demands of being a family man and a working drummer.
Nashville Blake and Gwen Keith Urban Toby Keith Jimmy Carter with Jeremy Shane in the Morning
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Arkansas Keith Calls In + Keith Urban Calls to Announce Bobby Bones Show's CMA Win + Amy Might Be Selling Her House Arkansas Keith calls the show, Keith Urban calls to announce Bobby Bones Show's CMA win and Amy might be selling her house Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
003. Two Keiths In a Pod (Keith Urban) ERNEST is joined by Country music royalty in this weeks episode with Keith Urban! ERNEST first talks about his new Caddy on the golf course, how a recent injury almost derailed his golf game and how the space jam sound track influenced him as a kid. Then dive into what Keith Urban has been up to during quarantine, the need for fusion in country music and his suggestion for what should be at the music row roundabout....
S2 E7 Mark Meyer The Engine Room Drummer: Stylus, Moving Pictures, Marcia Hines, Richard Clapton, Mark Gillespie, Keith Urban, Lee Kernaghan, & many more. South Australian Music Hall of Famer 'Mark Meyer' joins me this week to chat about his amazing career. Mark is one of Australia's most recorded and toured drummers, who started his career gigging in Adelaide whilst in high school, eventually making the move to Melbourne where he joined 'Stylus' (who were the only Australian act to be released by Motown Records in the USA.) Mark's career really took off after 'Stylus' disbanded in 1979 when he was invited to join the Queen of Pop 'Marcia Hines' Band, the first gig with Marcia being the '2SM Concert of the Decade' which was the biggest outdoor music spectacle, boasting a Who's Who of Australian musical talent, held on the steps of the Sydney Opera House on November 4th, 1979.
Mark has recorded in the vicinity of 400 albums both as a session drummer and as a band member of: Stylus, Marcia Hines, Richard Clapton, Moving Pictures, Jenny Morris, Divinyls, Mark Gillespie, Wendy Mathews, Dave Dobbyn, Keith Urban and Trisha Yearwood just to name a few. He chats about recording at 'Sound City', Van Nuys and 'The Record Plant' LA for the original Footloose Movie Soundtrack, and about how the band did not receive any royalties whatsoever for the track "Never" due to the bankruptcy of their U.S. record company.
Music: Intro 'Jenny Morris' "You I Know" written by 'Neil Finn". During the interview: 'Marcia Hines' "You", 'Dragon' "Celebration" written by 'Kool & the Gang', 'Moving Pictures' "Never" (Footloose soundtrack), 'The Party Boys' "I Fought The Law" written by 'Sonny Curtis', 'Chasin The Train' "Fever" written by 'Eddie Cooley' and 'Otis Blackwell', 'The Fallen Saints' "The Maker", and Outro 'Richard Clapton' "The Best Years of Our Lives."
Links relating to this episode: Stylus, If You Believe In Me, https://australianmusichistory.com/concert-of-the-decade/, Dragon - Celebration (Official Music Video), Footloose: Moving Pictures - Never, Fever - Chasin The Train, "I Fought The Law" The Party Boys, Marcia Hines "You" 2SM Concert of the Decade, Jenny Morris "You I Know", Richard Clapton "The Best Years of Our Lives", and SA Music Hall of Fame. Mark's (current) Bands: Chasin The Train, The Fallen Saints, Gumbo Ya Ya, Just One Look - The Songs and Sounds of Linda Ronstadt, http://stewartdarrietta.com/my-joe-cocker/, http://stewartdarrietta.com/my-leonard-cohen/ and After Midnight - Fringe Tickets
Drum lessons with Mark: Mark Meyer Facebook, Mark is endorsed by C & C Drums and loves Zilli Cymbals
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