Fans at Nashville's Houston Station got a special surprise on Monday, April 23, when Keith Urban took the stage with wife Nicole Kidman to perform an acoustic version of his song "Parallel Line."
Urban was performing for a small crowd at an exclusive Spotify event when he was joined onstage by Kidman, who added vocals to the love song. The two seem to be having a great time sharing the spotlight. Urban shared a clip of the performance on Twitter.
Watch their performance below.
— Keith Urban (@KeithUrban) April 24, 2018
Kidman is an accomplished singer herself, having showcased her musical talent in the 2001 musical Moulin Rouge.
This isn't the first time the couple has collaborated. Kidman sang background vocals on Urban's single "Female." In 2016, the couple posted a video of them singing Urban's hit song "The Fighter" together.
Urban's new album Graffiti U will be released on April 27. The album is a 13-song collection, featuring "Parallel Line" and "Female." Earlier this year, the singer announced the album and gave fans a peek at what's to come at a pop-up show at Nashville's Exit/In.
Last month, Urban released his latest single "Coming Home," featuring pop singer Julia Michaels. The song samples Merle Haggard's "Mama Tried" guitar riff.
He'll kick off his Graffiti U World Tour on June 15 in St. Louis, Mo.