Keith Urban’s Top 12 of ’12

Keith reveals his favorites.

Keith Urban took in the New Year's Eve fireworks in Sydney, Australia, this morning, tweeting a photo of himself ringing in 2013. But prior to the revelry, he revealed his Top 12 songs for, appropriately enough, 2012. Most are from the country field, but the new American Idol judge threw in some pop and rock gems as well.

"What a phenomenal year this has been," Keith said in a message. "As we come to the end of 2012, I thought I'd attempt to single out some songs that I really loved this year for all kinds of reasons. Impossible to narrow it down to 12 without leaving out some great songs for 2012, but in no specific order, here we go!"

See Keith's picks below.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Keith Urban’s Top 12 Songs for 2012

"Springsteen" - Eric Church

"Somebody That I Used to Know" - Gotye

"Dirt Road Anthem" - Jason Aldean

"Pontoon" - Little Big Town

"Wide Awake" - Katy Perry

"I Love It" - Icona Pop

"Fastest Girl in Town" - Miranda Lambert

"Cruise" - Florida Georgia Line

"I Knew You Were Trouble" - Taylor Swift

"Titanium" - David Guetta featuring Sia

"Doom and Gloom" - The Rolling Stones

"Brother" - Matt Corby

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