Who Wouldn’t Wanna Be Keith?

Posted in News on January 8, 2004
Keith Urban and co-writer Monty Powell were honored with a party at B.B. King's Blues Club in Nashville to celebrate the #1 status of Urban's hit "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me" (12/8). Also honored were the song's publishers Coburn Music, Inc., Guitar Monkey Music and producer Dann Huff.

Previously, Urban topped the charts with the BMI Award-winning hits "But For The Grace Of God" (2001) and "Somebody Like You" (2002). "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me" is included on Urban's platinum-selling Capitol Records release, Golden Road.

Coburn Music, Inc.'s Barry & Jewel Coburn, Keith Urban, BMI's Joyce Rice, Bill Catino, Monty Powell

Greg Rausch, BMI's Paul Corbin, Frank Myers

Autumn House, Renee White, Greg Travis

Coburn Music, Inc.'s Barry Coburn and BMI's Thomas Cain

photos by Kay Williams


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