The Ranch Biography
Keith Urban, with his Australian bandmate Peter Clarke, a drummer, formed the three-piece band The Ranch. Their original bass player soon returned to Australia, but West Virginian Jerry Flowers quickly fit in as their new bass player. Their live shows featuring Keith's hot lead guitar playing led to a record deal with Capitol Nashville and a management contract with I.R.S. Records founder/The Police manager Miles Copeland, and their debut album, The Ranch, was released to critical acclaim in 1997. The Ranch, broke up when Keith developed a severe throat infection and he had to rest his hemorrhaged vocal cords for months. Through their time as a band, they created hits such as "Some Days You Gotta Dance" and "Walkin' the Country"
Not much is known about the band, but another great artist to look for is the lead singer KEITH URBAN.
Thanks to Justin Schmidt (firstname.lastname@example.org) for submitting the biography.
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the Ranch was amazing | Reviewer: Karen | 10/27/12
I wasnt even a country music fan but the pure, clean mountain sounds of THE RANCH changed my mind, and then a few years later i heard Keith Urban and he sounded strangely familiar. To my surprise he was the lead singer. He is amazing and what attracted me to the Ranch but i believe they should get back together bc that is what they started as!!
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