On the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, Keith Urban has 16 number ones. His very first to top the chart is “But for the Grace of God.” The song peaked at that position on February 24, 2001. It has been seventeen years ago since then.

Keith Urban is one of the greatest country artists of this generation. Besides, he is also considered one of the male-best-selling country artists in the business. He has sold multiple platinum and multi-platinum albums. Additionally, he placed top charting songs on the Billboard charts. As mentioned above, “But for the Grace of God” became his first to reach the top spot.

Moreover, the other 16 number ones are “Somebody Like You” (2002), “Who Wouldn’t Wanna Be Me (2003), “You’ll Think of Me” (2004), “Days Go By” (2004), “Making Memories of Us” (2005), “Better Life” (2005), “You Look Good in My Shirt” (2008), “Only You Can Love Me This Way” (2009), “Sweet Thing” (2009), “Start a Band” (2009), “Without You” (2011), “Long Hot Summer” (2011), “You Gonna Fly” (2012), “We Were Us” (2013), and “Blue Ain’t Your Color” (2016).

But for the Grace of God

Keith Urban along with Charlotte Caffey and Jane Wiedlin pooled resources for the words and lyrics of “But for the Grace of God.” Keith Urban recorded the song in 1999 and released it on November 28, 2000. It was part of his self-titled debut album “Keith Urban.” It peaked at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on February 24, 2001. With this, it became the spice to his prominence.

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