Photo: Taylor HillKeith Urban isn't a Nashville superstar because he was unable to settle on a signature sound. Fans all over the globe have come to know the vibe the Australian-raised singer/songwriter brings to all of his highly successful records. However, for his eighth studio album, Fuse, they will no doubt notice that Urban sounds, well, a little different.
And for good reason: He's been working with different sounds, different instrumentation, different influences, and a bunch of different collaborators -- including a handful of producers; some best-known for working outside of the country genre.
"I didn't really start from wanting to make an album that sounded different. I just had a different sound in my head," Urban explains of the angle Fuse eventually took. "And I think I've had it in there for quite a few years. But it was going to take time, because I knew it was one of those things that were going to be about trial and error. Working with different people that I'd never worked withRead More »from Keith Urban Talks Juggling Jobs, Trying New Things, and Keeping His ‘Fuse’ Lit