Keith Urban net worth 2023; Here’s how the Australian star makes MILLIONS of dollars

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 26: Recording artist Keith Urban attends MusiCares Person of the Year honoring Fleetwood Mac at Radio City Music Hall on January 26, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images )

Keith Urban has been a part of the music industry for many years. Apart from his native Australia, the musician is well-known in the United States and other parts of the world. Since he’s been in the music industry for a long time, he’s amassed millions of dollars; see below for his estimated net worth this year.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the country singer’s fortune is worth $75 million. Despite his massive net worth, he still has a long way to go to match her wife, Nicole Kidman, who is worth a staggering $250 million.

The 55-year-old singer has been in the music business since the 1990s. The musician is now signed to Capitol Records Nashville.

Urban previously told Rolling Stone that he enjoys going into the recording studio because it makes him happy every time, and he directs what he wants to change so that he can “go with the flow.”

As of December last year, the musician had already sold 20.7 million equivalent album units in the United States alone.

Regarding online sales, the country singer sold 26.1 million downloads and received 4.76 billion on-demand streams in the United States.

Litmus Music was founded in August 2022 and immediately acquired the music catalogs of well-known artists such as Keith Urban. However, the amount he earned from the transaction was not disclosed.

Aside from the projects mentioned above, he also makes money from touring, with Forbes reporting that he earns an average of $700,000 per night.

Keith Urban may be worth millions today, but it wasn’t always that way. In the early 2000s, a record executive cut down his third album.

In an interview, he recalled the incident vividly, saying that the unnamed executive sat and listened to his songs before rejecting him because he didn’t “hear anything.”

He added:

“You mean maybe you don’t hear something for radio?’ He goes, ‘No, I just don’t hear anything that you should put on your record.’ And I was like, ‘Well, these are all for the record,'”