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Keith Urban Covers A Famous 70s Band So Perfectly That The Original Singer Weeps In The Audience

Keith Urban Covers A Famous 70s Band So Perfectly That The Original Singer Weeps In The Audience

Country singer Keith Urban is a musical genius, though not many know that since he is primarily focused on one music genre.

The proof that Urban, who only landed in Nashville in the 90s, is a legend was the moment he made Barry Gibb cry.

The Night Urban Made The Original Bee Gee Cry

Keith Urban Covers A Famous 70s Band So Perfectly That The Original Singer Weeps In The Audience

In 2017, Keith Urban performed at CBS' Stayin' Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees show.

The country musician sang a 70s hit, To Love Somebody, telling the audience that this song connected him to the Bee Gees.

The New Zealand-born musician performed an incredibly powerful and moving version of the hit song. In fact, it was so touching that it made Barry Gibb openly weep.

Somehow, it became an iconic moment in music history. Not every day do you get to see such an emotional performance and such a strong reaction from the song's author.

The two musicians gathered to cover the song a few years later.