"Keith Urban So Far…" will showcase iconic memorabilia, from the shirt he wore on the cover of his 1999 debut album to the electric guitar he played on his first number one, “But for the Grace of God.” The 1989 Fender Telecaster Keith named “Clarence” will be on display, as well as handwritten song manuscripts, awards and scrapbooks from his childhood and teens.
After the exhibit's debut November 20, fans will be able to check it out through May of next year. Next week, Keith performs on the 49th Annual CMA Awards on ABC, with his new album, Ripcord, expected in the coming months.
“The idea of just drinking a lemon straight is: Life is going to hand you a lot of things that you don't necessarily want to deal with and you should not water it down and sweeten it up," she tells Rolling Stone. "Drink it straight, and deal with it head-on. If you're brave enough to take whatever it is head-on, you win. The world is yours."
Cam had a hand in writing all eleven of the songs on her debut, including her current hit “Burning House,” her first single “My Mistake” and the lead-off track, “Untamed.” She chose producers who’ve worked mostly with non-country acts like Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran, as well as Taylor Swift.
Untamed is due in stores and online December 11.
In the past, for example, ZZ Top and Weezer became Wee-Z Top, while Kenny G and Warren G became Kenny and Warren G. Brad’s collaborators will be notorious nineties band Color Me Badd, known for their risqué smash “I Want to Sex You Up.” When you add the country superstar with the huge sense of humor, you get Color Me Bradd.
Check out the sure-to-be-hilarious performance Monday night on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! at 11:35 p.m. ET. Brad will be master of ceremonies, along with Carrie Underwood, at Wednesday’s 49th Annual CMA Awards. They’ll air live from Nashville at 8 p.m. ET, also on ABC.