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Rocks Off's Rodeo Concert Guide: Keith "That's Not A Knife" Urban

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Date:

March 16

Name:

Keith Urban

AKA:

"The Betty Ford Center Presents..."

Genre:

Aussie country

Best Known Song(s):

"Somebody Like You," "You'll Think of Me," "No Really, I Loved

Days of Thunder

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Key Demographic:

Women looking for concrete proof that they can change their man, people who mistakenly think "Keith Urban" is an R&B singer's name

Previous HLSR Appearances:

2005, 2009

Houston Connections, If Any:

None that we can find, though Houston is a lot like Australia, minus the beautiful scenery and deadly animal life.

If You Like This, Chances Are You'll Like: The Thorn Birds, Aussie™ brand styling gel, "Bart vs. Australia"

Odds of Wearing a Hat: Zilch

Because He/She's Bald? Nicole Kidman doesn't do bald guys, but that hairline is riding a little high these days

Odds of Onstage Injury: Only if someone tries to initiate the "That's not a knife" scene from Crocodile Dundee with him

Odds of Mrs. Keith Urban Being Present: About the same as Tom Cruise being in attendance

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