Keith Urban’s heartwarming tribute to the singers we lost in 2016

As if you didn’t need another reason to love Keith Urban! The Aussie country music singer has put together a
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Keith Urban's tribute to the singers we lost in 2016. Source: YouTube

As if you didn’t need another reason to love Keith Urban!

The Aussie country music singer has put together a tribute to the singers we lost in 2016 and it’s going viral on social media.

Singing a medley of songs by artists we lost in 2016, it’s the tribute that makes us all realise just how much talent we lost last year.

Featuring songs from George Michael’s Never Dance Again to a version of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, the four and a half minute clip has been shared tens of thousands of times since it was published earlier this week.

If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s definitely worth a watch.

You’ll take a trip down memory lane as Keith sings songs by The Eagles (as a tribute to Glenn Frey),  David Bowie, Merle Haggard and Prince.

It’s the tribute that the fallen singers and musicians of 2016 deserve!

 

How great is Keith’s voice? Are you a fan?

  1. Christine Drake  

    Keith Urban is NOT AN AUSTRALIAN!! He is a NEW ZEALANDER!!

    • June Keating  

      Good on you for pointing this out. Too many are said to be Australian when they are obviously Kiwis

    • Sarah Walker  

      He may have been born in NZ. But he classes himself as an Aussie and so does the music industry.

      • Jim  

        Saw an interview some time ago and Keith was very proud of his NZ origins, I’ve been in Aus for almost fifty years but am still a Kiwi, and I really hope than any Australians who leave this great country for say the UK or the US don’t just simply say oh well I’m a Pom or a Yank now…would you Sarah? Just saying….

      • RévoltéJ’ai vu une vidéo sur Internet qui expliquait que les loges maçonnique se trouve dans des lieux chargés en énergie. Cela permet de rentrer dans des univers parallèles genre Stargate. Une série vidéo d’une quarantaine d’épisodes l’explique très bien.tu as tout a fait raison en ce qu’il conserne les lieux chargés en éeeegierffectivemnnt cela permet de rentrer dans un monde paralléle mais ce monde en question n’est en aucun cas un monde bon c’est plutot un monde de djinnsou plutot le monde de satan –

    • Jan  

      He was born in New Zealand but lived most of his life in Australia. He calls himself an Australian, which is more than OK. by me!!

      • Jan  

        He moved to Australia with his parents when he was 2 years old and was raised in Brisbane, Australia, so that makes him more an Aussie than a New Zealander. Sydney is his favourite city in the world. He rarely mentions New Zealand, only ever Australia and Nashville.

  2. Lynn Delmont  

    Love Kieth. Does it really matter if he is a Aussie or a KIwi. He has heaps of talent, and it is well worth going to one of his concerts if you get the chance.

  3. Melanie Blackburn  

    His voice is awesome!

  4. Janet Skinn  

    A remarkable talent…brilliantly done Keith..

  5. Anon E. Mouse  

    It’s not “Never Dance Again”, it’s “Careless Whisper”.

  6. Lee Mcguire  

    Love Keith Urban, love his concerts, love his sining, well done. x

  7. Ken Bottrell  

    I wasn’t a fan until I heard this, very good.

  8. Lesley Broadleyla  

    Loved it , amazing talent you have Keith fantastic song xxxx

  9. My best Merry Widow moment was at the Noel Pelly farewell. There were four Widows sharing the dancing and at the end streamers and confetti were floyvginer the whole of the State Theatre – magic!

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