Nashville Symphony honors Keith Urban
Keith Urban received his first award in 1977 – That was a Best Solo Act award in a junior category, for something, somewhere. Since then, he has added more than 40 additional awards to his list of achievements, including ACM, TCMA, VMA, ARIA, Grammy, CMT, ACM, AMA, People’s Choice, and probably at least one of every other award offered.
But this one is probably a ‘first’ for Keith, as he is now being honored by the Nashville Symphony Orchestra for his Love of Music City. The Harmony award will be presented to Keith during the symphony’s annual white-tie ball on Dec. 8. The event will be held at the Schemerhon Symphony Center.
Previous winners of this award include Martina McBride, LeAnn Rimes, Taylor Swift, Michael W. Smith, Amy grant and Steve Winwood.
If you’re free that night, tickets are on sale by calling 615-687-6541. The cost, $750 each – it’s a fundraiser, so the money for the event will be put to good use by the Symphony.
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