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Nov 9, 2004Keith Urban picks up the Male Vocalist of the Year trophy in the 38th annual Country Music Association awards, held at the Grand Ole Opry House in NashvilleDec 7, 2004"Now That's What I Call Music! 17" goes gold, platinum and double-platinum. Keith Urban's "Days Go By" and Gretchen Wilson's "Here For The Party" appear alongside pop music by Nelly, Jessica Simpson, Ashlee Simpson and The Black Eyed PeasDec 10, 2004Keith Urban's "You're My Better Half" video receives its first public airing on CMT.comDec 15, 2004"Now That's What I Call Music! 17" goes triple-platinum. The CD features Gretchen Wilson's "Here For The Party" and Keith Urban's "Days Go By," plus music from The Black Eyed Peas, Ashlee Simpson, Jessica Simpson and Franz FerdinandDec 16, 2004Keith Urban's "You're My Better Half" video makes its TV debut on CMTJan 20, 2005Keith Urban and John Fogerty tape an episode of "CMT Crossroads" at Union Station in Los Angeles. In addition to Urban's hits "You'll Think Of Me," "Somebody Like You" and "Days Go By," they work up a version of "Blue Suede Shoes"Jan 22, 2005Keith Urban plays a fundraiser at the Nashville club Rocketown. Unannounced musical guests include Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and LeAnn RimesJan 23, 2005Nashville's Mercy Lounge advertises a concert by Gus Chiggins, the name of a Will Ferrell character on "Saturday Night Live." In fact, the gig is a tour rehearsal for Keith Urban. An unannounced LeAnn Rimes gets up on stage for one songFeb 1, 2005Wynonna performs at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House on the "Her Story: Scenes From A Lifetime" tour. The audience includes Naomi Judd, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Terri Clark, Billy Dean, Keith Urban and Michael McDonaldFeb 19, 2005An episode of "CMT Crossroads" featuring Keith Urban and John Fogerty debuts. Besides Urban's "Days Go By," "Somebody Like Me" and "You'll Think Of Me," the show also features a rendition of Carl Perkins' "Blue Suede Shoes"
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