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Video: Keith Urban Gives Rock Rendition of ‘One Too Many’ on a 1955 Fender Strat Guitar

by Josh Lanier
(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Turner)

Keith Urban tore through a rock version of the “One Too Many” solo, a song he recently released with Pink. And he did it on a gorgeous 1955 Fender Stratocaster, one of the most expensive and coveted guitars.

The country music star uploaded the video to his Twitter on Monday.

Twitter reacts to Keith Urban performance

Fans of Keith Urban were excited to see Urban shredding the solo from his latest single.

On Instagram, his fan’s were just as thrilled to watch the performance.

“I wish I could love this a million times over!!! You’re an AMAZING guitar player!!! I can’t wait to see you play live again— there is nothing better!!!!” a fan posted.

“Keith, you rock!!” someone else wrote.

Duet with Pink climbing the charts

Urban told Variety that this song was a bit of a departure from his other songs. The duet with Pink is making its way up the country music charts, but Urban doesn’t see it as a country song.

“I can’t label what the song is,” he admitted. “It’s not country. It’s just a great song, about a very universal situation.”

Urban said he wanted to work with Pink because of her versatility and ability to connect with her audience.

“There’s a lot of great singers (that) know how to use their voice really well,” he said of his collaborator. “But she’s one of those rare, rare artists who can tell the story when she sings — really tell the story — and I feel it. And it doesn’t matter if it’s ‘Get This Party Started’ or something from ‘The Greatest Showman,’ the complete opposite ends of things… All the strength, rawness, courage, swagger — all the colors of humanity, I always feel that when she sings.”

The duo released a video for the song last month.

“When I collaborate, I’m always looking for that ‘third thing,’” Urban explained. “There’s what I do, there’s what my collaborator does and then there’s this ‘third thing’ that I’m most curious about.  That’s what interests me the most – when the sum of the parts becomes even more than what I envisioned.  That’s what I love so much about it – finding common ground, shaping it and bringing it together.”