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Still signed to Capitol, Urban made his solo American debut in 1999 with a second eponymous album.
Certified Platinum in the US, it produced his first number one on the Hot Country Songs chart with "But for the Grace of God".
In 1997, he formed a band known as The Ranch, which included drummer Peter Clarke and bassist Jerry Flowers.
The Ranch released one self-titled album for Capitol Records Nashville and charted two singles on the Hot Country Songs charts that year: "Walkin' the Country" and "Just Some Love". Urban released his self-titled American debut album in 1999 under the production of session pianist Matt Rollings.
In September 2013, he released a brand new album titled Fuse, which produced four more number ones on the Country Airplay chart, two of which are duets—one with Miranda Lambert and the other with Eric Church.
A new single, entitled "John Cougar, John Deere, John ", was released in June 2015 as the lead-off single to his eighth American studio album Ripcord.
A few years later, he began making the inroads into the Australian country music scene, with regular appearances on the Reg Lindsay Country Homestead TV Program, Mike Mc Clellan's Music Program, and various other TV programs performing duets with local Brisbane girl Jenny Wilson.
They won a Golden Guitar award at the Tamworth Country Music Festival.
He found work as a session guitarist before starting a band known as The Ranch, which recorded one studio album on Capitol Nashville and charted two singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
The album later produced the Country Airplay chart number one hits "Break on Me", "Wasted Time" and "Blue Ain't Your Color", with the latter also becoming Urban's longest-reigning number one on the Hot Country Songs chart, spending twelve weeks at number one.
Urban has released a total of nine studio albums (one of which was released only in the United Kingdom), as well as one album with The Ranch.
Urban appeared for the first time at the Grand Ole Opry backing Dusty.
He also sang backing vocals on INXS's live album Live Baby Live (1992). The next year, he appeared in the music video for Alan Jackson's rendition of "Mercury Blues".