Today's featured Catch brings together two of the biggest stars in Country music. Two artists who debuted this song at last night's Grammy awards, and while you may have heard it before, you're definitely going to want to hear it again.

From backgrounds that can best be described as different, Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood are two of the top starts in Nashville. Born in New Zealand and raised in Australia, Urban worked his way to Nashville as a session guitar player, who played behind artists like The Dixie Chicks and Toby Keith, released a self-titled solo album in

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his home lands and also was a member of the country-rock band The Ranch, who released a self-titled album, which was later re-released as Keith Urban In The Ranch. Urban appeared in the music video for Alan Jackson's Mercury Blues.

Urban's career spans 8 studio albums, all of which, including his most recent release Ripcord, have been certified platinum (or better), and have included 37 consecutive top-10 hits, 22 of which have climbed to #1. He was also one of 30 performers, along with Underwood, to be part of the Artists of Then, Now and Forever and the #1 hit "Forever Country", one of two songs ever to debut at #1.

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Carrie Underwood, of course, first became "America's Sweetheart" when she audition for, competed in, and won season 4 of American Idol (a show that Urban would later become a judge on). Born in Muskogee, OK, Underwood was the ultimate "All American Girl", during her school years, who besides singing, played softball and basketball, was named to the National Honor Society, was a cheerleader and was named her high school's salutatorian. She would be offered a recording contract while still in high school, but because of shifting at Capitol Records the contract offer was cancelled.

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Carrie would return to Checotah High School where she would graduate with honors. She went on to Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, graduating magna cum laude, with a degree in mass communications in 2006. Before American Idol, Underwood spent 2 summers as a page for Oklahoma State Representative Bobby Frame, and also worked at a zoo, and in a veterinary clinic. She auditioned for Idol on a dare of a friend, and immediately wowed the judges, including Simon Cowell, who after Underwood's audition declared that she was "one of the favorites to win the competition". Carrie would not prove him wrong. She has released 5 studio albums since 2005, all of them have reached multi-platinum status, and have featured 26 singles who have charted no lower than #2, 18 of those have gone to #1.

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Urban and Underwood, who recently combined forces for a tour of Australia and New Zealand, have come together for the latest single off of Urban's album Ripcord. Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood with "The Fighter" is today's Catch of the Day, new music you might have heard, but you're gonna want to hear it again.

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