Keith Urban Kicks Off ‘ACM Presents: Our Country’ with ‘Wasted Time’

Current ACM Male Artist of the Year nominee and reigning ACM Entertainer Of The Year, Keith Urban kicked off the…


Andrew Wendowski

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April 5, 2020


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Keith Urban; Photo Courtesy of CBS/ACM Presents: Our Country

Current ACM Male Artist of the Year nominee and reigning ACM Entertainer Of The Year, Keith Urban kicked off the ACM Presents: Our Country special his 20th No. 1 single, “Wasted Time.”

Prior to his performance, he thanked the frontline workers and explained that the ACM Awards were postponed until September.

“Remember we will get through this like we get through everything: together,” the superstar assured fans.

Performing from the comfort of his home studio, Urban delivered a memorable performance of “Wasted Time,” which is the third single from his 2016 album, Ripcord. The chart-topping hit was co-written by Urban with Greg Wells and James Abrahart.

ACM Presents: Our Country aired on Sunday (April 5) at 8:00 p.m. ET on the CBS Television Network and on CBS All Access. The two-hour special also included performances from Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan and many more. The show also showcased clips of artists’ favorite moments the ACM Awards’ 55-year history.

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