April 7, 2010

A Laundry List Of Keith Urban
Nicole Kidman Goodies

We've got even more treats for the month of April. A bunch of interviews so get those headphones primed and ready!

Selena Gomez talks about Nicole Kidman and "Monte Carlo".

The Dusty Springfield film Nicole is producing and starring in now has a title. "The Look Of Love". The project is still in the development stage but we're hopeful it will be one of the few biopics that gets made. For more on that click here.

Interview after interview for Keith Urban

Chicago US 99

Baltimore WPOC

Minneapolis/St. Paul K102

Boston WKLB

Houston interview is Thursday and Keith will be co-hosting Country Countdown USA with Lon Helton. Check your local listings for airtimes.

Keith did a song with The Wiggles, a cover of the old Roger Miller Tune, "England Swings". Look for that on an upcoming Wiggles cd.

Brad brought his two kids over to swim with Sunday at Nicole and Keith's house! Nashville really hates the Urbans don't they! Playdates with the Bentleys and the Paisleys.

And one of the biggest awards of 2010 has already been awarded....to Keith Urban. it's the Jim Reeves International Award

Keith Urban has been chosen to receive the Jim Reeves International Award, which is presented to an individual for outstanding contributions to the acceptance of country music throughout the world.

Keith Urban, who was born in New Zealand and raised in Australia, has achieved international superstar status since he moved to Nashville in 1992. He is known for mixing elements of pop and rock music with traditional country, appealing to a wide audience beyond the country scope. A six-time ACM Award winner, Urban is known for his many hits including several chart-toppers such as "Somebody Like You," "You'll Think of Me," "Making Memories Of Us" and "Sweet Thing." He continues to be a global music sensation, sharing his passion for country music around the world as one of the hottest touring acts in music. Urban's recent world tours have taken his show to six countries on three different continents where he has played to packed houses.

Past recipients of the Jim Reeves International Award include Garth Brooks, Dick Clark, Roy Clark, Merv Griffin, Charlie Nagatani, Buck Owens and Dolly Parton, among others.

Congratulations Keith. It's a great honor and one you truly deserve.

Looks like that laundry list is getting too long for the skeptics to handle. They keep forgetting to mention anything on it! BAHAHAHA!


Anonymous said...

"I'm In" how about the rest of y'all!

More good news

Anonymous said...

Me, too!

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