By Jessamy Tredinnick For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 06:09 GMT, 12 February 2020 | Updated: 06:18 GMT, 12 February 2020
He's known for hits including Blue Ain't Your Colour and Somebody Like You.
And on Monday, rocker Keith Urban hit the stage to perform at a benefit concert in Nashville, in the US, of which he hosted.
The 52-year-old played at the All For The Hall fundraising show, that is held to raise funds for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's education programs.
Rock on! Keith Urban cut a casual figure in double denim on Monday as he performed at a benefit concert in Nashville, in the US
The singer - who hails from New Zealand - looked effortlessly cool as he took to the Bridgestone Arena stage in a bleached denim jacket, a black T-shirt and dark skinny jeans.
The community-based programs helped more than 106,000 people last year, primarily school-aged children.
The concert followed a theme of Under the Influence, with the famous performers pairing their own iconic work with songs by artists who musically inspired them.
'We're very proud to be part of tonight': The 52-year-old hosts the annual music event every year, leading an all-star lineup to raise funds for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's education programs
'We're very proud to be part of tonight and