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Keith Urban revisits the "Golden Road" that led to the Grammys 60th anniversary

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The Grammys are gearing up to celebrate their 60th birthday, and Keith Urban will lead the country charge to throw them a party.

The Aussie superstar will join the likes of Celine DionAretha FranklinElton JohnBruno MarsPaul McCartneyEd SheeranBruce SpringsteenStingU2 and more for a two-hour behind-the-scenes special next month.

Grammys Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special will take you inside some of the institution’s most famous moments, like Aretha’s surprise opera performance at the 40th Grammys, as well as the unexpected passing of Whitney Houston in the days leading up to the 2012 show.

Keith himself knows a thing or two about the Grammys: he’s been nominated eighteen times and taken home four trophies. You can catch the Grammy special Friday, November 24 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.

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