Keith Urban brought some country lovin' to the Grammy stage amid a hip-hop-heavy roster. The four-time Grammy winner performed his song "Cop Car" for the Grammy crowd on Sunday evening (Jan. 26) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Gary Clark Jr., who won Best Traditional R&B Performance earlier that night, joined Urban onstage. Clark was also nominated for Best Rock Song, for "Ain't Messin' Round."
Urban's appearance was the second time he's embraced a cross-genre performance for the Grammys' sake. He joined Miguel for a cover of Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine" during the Grammy nomination concert in December.
Urban received one Grammy nod, for Best Country Duo/Group Performance. He was featured with Taylor Swift on Tim McGraw's "Highway Don't Care." His previous wins were all for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, including songs "You'll Think of Me" in 2006, "Stupid Boy" in 2008, "Sweet Thing" in 2010 and "'Til Summer Comes Around" in 2011.
Other performers at the 56th annual Grammy Awards included Daft Punk, Stevie Wonder, Pink and Madonna.
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