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Keith Urban

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One of the most dominating figures on the Country Music scene over the last fifteen years, Australia’s Keith Urban has also achieved some level of success on the Pop Charts. Despite the monster accomplishments he has, Urban faces a tough climb as far too many high level Country acts have not received the Hall accolade and until he makes that major Pop breakthrough he can’t even be considered even a fringe contender; despite what Nicole Kidman thinks.

 

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Eligible Since:
2015

Country of Origin:
Melbourne, Australia

NIHOF’s Favorite Album:
Golden Road (2002)

NIHOF’s Favorite Song:
Tonight I Wanna Cry (From Be Here, 2005)

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0 #1 Steve Marco 2014-07-06 14:19
How can any of these artist be inducted when The late great Stevie Ray Vaughn is still waiting to be inducted. Let's also talk about Deep Purple, Journey. Peter Frampton, and AC/DC. all of the artist and bands deserve to be in the Rock and Roll hall of fame over every artist on this list.
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