Capitol Nashville's "quadruple threat" keith urban recently celebrated the news that his self-titled album has been certified Gold by the RIAA with a packed party at 6 Degrees in Nashville.
keith urban (center) with BMI's Perry Howard and David Preston
Steve Wariner presented keith with his new model Takamine guitar
The certification marks one more milestone for the Australian singer/songwriter/producer/guitar wizard. In 2001, urban received his first Grammy nomination, his first American Music Award nomination, and his first Academy of Country Music nomination. “But For The Grace of God,” the third single released from his album, became urban’s first number one record, both as an artist and writer. He also made his first appearance on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno.
Capitol's Bill Catino, Larry Willoughby, Mike Dungan and Fletcher Foster, keith urban, Capitol's Tom Becci and Bill Kennedy
Urban is currently performing across the country as part of the 2001 Brooks & Dunn Neon Circus and Wild West Show, along with Toby Keith and Montgomery Gentry.
keith proudly presented producer Matt Rollings with a gold album plaque
BMI's Thomas Cain and Patsy Bradley, keith urban, Jewel Coburn, Mark Moffatt, Barry Coburn and BMI's Mark Mason
photos by Alan Mayor