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Oct
27

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Keith Urban ‘Break On Me’ – Single Review

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Keith Urban released the lead single, “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16”, from his upcoming eighth studio album this past June, and by some miraculous feat it actually peaked at #2 on the charts. I say this because the song wasn’t at all that impressive, it wasn’t even good in a generic way. But that’s a whole other can of worms (which you can open by reading my review of the single here), we’re here to talk about his latest single, “Break On Me”.

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Aug
31

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VIDEO: Keith Urban ‘John Cougar John Deere John 3:16’

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On Friday Keith Urban debuted his brand new video for fast-rising single ‘John Cougar John Deere John 3:16’, as well as a clip of him talking about the experience of filming the video. Last week, too, fans tweeted “leaked” shots of him playing guitar against a plain white backdrop, to tease for the upcoming premiere. You can check out all of these things below, and don’t forget to tell us what you think of it.

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Aug
7

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CMA Festival Country’s Night To Rock: Recap + Loads of Opinion

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CMA Festival’s Country’s Night To Rock aired this week (Aug. 4th) on ABC… and it was pretty forgettable. Country super group Little Big Town hosted the event and did a good job at it, it’s just too bad the event wasn’t as good as they were.

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Aug
2

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VIDEO: Keith Urban ‘John Cougar John Deere John 3:16’ Behind The Scenes

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Keith Urban’s latest single ‘John Cougar John Deere John 3:16’ is rising up the charts and is currently sitting just outside the top 10 (see our review here). Now, he’s released a behind the scenes video explaining how they recorded and developed the song from its initial beginnings.

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Jun
18

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Keith Urban ‘John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16’ – Single Review

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Well folks, Keith Urban has released his new single “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” and it’s… Well… How do I put this nicely? Not good… at all. As most of us know, there’s a new sound in town, the one that Sam Hunt ushered in. Some have dubbed it Metro-Bro. I dub it crap. It’s not the Rock and Rap sound that Bro Country has claimed. This new Metro-Bro has an R&B sound with a touch of EDM mixed in on occasion. Now some like to argue the point that Urban never sold out to the Bro Country sound, making him a more respectable country artist, but let’s be honest, Urban has always been more rock and roll anyway, so he didn’t really have to sell out. Still, he certainly did sell out to the new Metro-Bro sound with this new single. “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” was written by Shane McAnally (who is the puppet master behind the intolerable Sam Hunt), Ross Copperman, and Josh Osborne. The track includes the worst of both Bro Country and the new Metro-Bro. Nothing about this song is indicative of country.
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May
21

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Keith Urban Releases Official Video For ‘Come Back To Me’ Especially For The Fans

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“I wanna say a massive thank you to all of you that made FUSE the most extraordinary ride,” said Urban. “As we toured around the last couple years, you guys always asked if we’d ever shoot a video for ‘Come Back To Me’ and well, we did, and here it is… and it’s all yours!”

Even though the ‘Fuse’ era is pretty much over with the last single ‘Raise ‘Em Up’ (featuring Eric Church) having peaked at #1 and now making its way back down the charts, Keith Urban has released a special video for ‘Come Back To Me’, especially for the fans. This won’t be a radio single but its been such a fan favorite since the album dropped in 2013 that he decided to give back. The video debuted yesterday (May 20) with his official fan club The ‘Ville and went public this morning, and was directed by Chris Hicky. The track itself was written by Shane McAnally, Brandy Clark and Trevor Rosen, and was co-produced by Keith and Butch Walker. Check out the brand new video below!

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May
14

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Billboard Chart Roundup – Week of May 23rd, 2015

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Well, Little Big Town take the Hot Country Songs #1 spot for another week with ‘Girl Crush’, and they hold onto #1 on Country Digital Songs as well as #2 on Country Streaming Songs with the (yes, controversial) track. They also move up to #16 on radio which shows some progress. The leader on that chart this week is Keith Urban and his duet with Eric Church on ‘Raise ‘Em Up’, while Sam Hunt takes Country Streaming Songs with ‘Take Your Time’ and Zac Brown Band dominate Top Country Albums once again with their monstrous ‘Jekyll + Hyde’. We have a couple of new entries this week too, with EPs from Granger Smith and Jon Langston, and an album from Jason Michael Carroll as well as the debut of Kid Rock’s ‘First Kiss’ and Craig Wayne Boyd’s ‘I’m Still Here’. For context, this comes after his last single died on radio and he asked to leave his label Dot Records. Read on for the full charts!

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Apr
23

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Keith Urban and Eric Church Take Fans Behind The Scenes of ‘Raise ‘Em Up’

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Coming off their successful performance to open Sunday night’s 50th ACM Awards in Dallas, Keith Urban and Eric Church have released a behind-the-scenes video to run alongside the official music video for ‘Raise ‘Em Up’ (wich debuted April 1st). You can check out the just-released BTS video below!

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