Keith Urban Bewitched Viewers with a Magical Performance of Elvis Presley's Famous Song

Country music star Keith Urban amazed viewers with his tribute performance for the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley.

The 51-year-old “Somebody Like You” singer performed with rapper, Post Malone, as shown in a video uploaded to YouTube.

In April 2017, Urban also gave an unforgettable rendition of “To Love Somebody” during the “Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees” special.

The famous singers sang their duet of the iconic song “Baby, What You Want Me To Do” during NBC’s “Elvis All-Star Tribute” concert.

Their performance has been viewed more than 100,000 times since it was uploaded to YouTube on February 18, 2019. It has also drawn more than 100 comments from fans.

“Amazing performance by Keith, Post and others,” one fan commented.

“Great Tribute. Thank you for this tribute remember the GREATEST ELVIS FOREVER,” another wrote.

FANS WERE ALSO IMPRESSED WITH MALONE

Malone, who shot to fame with his single “Rockstar”, also impressed quite a number of viewers as he proved that he is not only good at hip-hop.

One viewer commented: “Glad to see post Malone go down this road. Just became a post Malone fan.”

Urban and Malone put a country spin into the blues song, which the King performed during the ’68 Comeback Special.

ANOTHER MEMORABLE TRIBUTE PERFORMANCE

In April 2017, Urban also gave an unforgettable rendition of “To Love Somebody” during the “Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees” special.

CBS aired the special feature in tribute to Barry Gibb, the only surviving member of the iconic band.

Urban pleased fans when he sang the Bee Gees classic song. Gibb had an emotional reaction to Urban’s performance.

“The thing I am amazed at is how they maintain such quality songwriting through decades and so many stylistic changes of music through those periods,” Urban said of Bee Gees.

He added: “The song craft level was extraordinary. Also, what they do really well, is that their songs always had very strong chorus structure that anybody could sing to.”