Watch Keith Urban Transform Into a One Man Band for ‘Together at Home’

This guy can really do it all!

Written by Chris Parton
Watch Keith Urban Transform Into a One Man Band for ‘Together at Home’
UNSPECIFIED LOCATION - APRIL 18: In this screengrab, Keith Urban performs during "One World: Together At Home" presented by Global Citizen on April, 18, 2020. The global broadcast and digital special was held to support frontline healthcare workers and the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization, powered by the UN Foundation. (Photo by Getty Images/Getty Images for Global Citizen )

Fans got triple the recommended daily dose of Keith Urban during Global Citizen’s One World: Together at Home concert on Saturday (April 18), when the country star transformed himself into a one man band.

Taking part in a fundraising livestream which also featured the likes of Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift and more, Urban showcased his incredible musical ability with a cover of Steve Winwood’s “Higher Love.” Performing solo on a nylon-stringed acoustic guitar, the hit maker kicked the song off with breezy vocals and a drum-machine rhythm. Then a second Keith Urban appeared from off screen, this time toting an electric guitar as he jumped in to shred a solo, and before viewers knew it yet another Keith Urban joined to add even more acoustic flavor. The three Urbans then nodded to themselves as they sang in three-part harmony (talk about trippy), before the song ended and Urban’s wife, actress Nicole Kidman, joined “them” for a message to health-care workers around the world.

Much more than a showcase for Urban’s undeniable talent, the event was meant to raise money for the World Health Association and the global fight against COVID-19, and Urban’s appearance helped do just that. Spearheaded by pop superstar Lady Gaga, over $127 million was donated. Check out the full, two-hour broadcast here, which also includes at-home performances from Elton John, Beyonce, Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris and more.