There's really no other way to put it, Keith Urban is the most popular and successful solo male country artist performing today. A New Zealander by birth, the singer-songwriter/guitarist first experienced success in his native country, and then moved to the United States in 1992. After playing as a studio musician and as part of the band The Ranch for much of the decade, Urban finally released his first solo album in 1999. The self-titled debut went platinum, and produced Urban's first number one hit, "But for the Grace of God." He has since released five other studio albums, which each one achieving platinum or multi-platinum status. In support of his sixth studio album, Get Closer, which was released in November and features the chart-topping hit "Put You in A Song," Urban is currently embarked on a North American tour. Kicking off on June 16 at Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi, the "Get Closer 2011 World Tour" is set to visit over 50 cities throughout the United States and Canada, concluding at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota on December 15, 2011.