Country Music Hall of Fame pays tribute to Keith Urban in new exhibit

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The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicating an exhibit to crooner Keith Urban that will trace his beginnings as a musician in Australia to his meteoric rise in the country music industry.

"Keith Urban So Far," will feature everything from his 1989 Fender Telecaster, handwritten song manuscripts, excerpts from scrapbooks of his childhood, and the shirt he wore on his debut album cover.

Urban first entered the scene in 1999 and has since gone on to sell more than 20 million albums throughout his career.

The Nashville museum has also given artists such as Luke Bryan, Eric Church and Trisha Yearwood their own exhibits.

"Keith Urban So Far" runs November 20 through to May.