Keith Urban, the country music star, was recently spotted at Sydney Airport with his two daughters, Sunday and Faith. He was wearing a unique T-shirt that read "CHATTA HUCCI," a clever nod to the country song "Chattahoochee" by Alan Jackson. The T-shirt featured a misspelled and stylized version of Gucci's logo. Keith completed his outfit with ripped jeans, sunglasses, and a brown leather bag. Meanwhile, his daughters were dressed in matching grey tracksuits as they walked alongside their father. While Keith and his daughters enjoyed their time in Sydney, their mother, Nicole Kidman, remained in town for her appearance at the SXSW Sydney event. Keith's recent airport sighting came after his induction into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame earlier this month. During the ceremony, he proudly held his award, a bronze statue of a hand writing with a feather quill pen, and posed for photos on the red carpet. Only 235 songwriters have received this prestigious honor since 1970. Keith was joined by Kix Brooks, the other half of Brooks & Dunn, in receiving this recognition. Aside from his recent achievements, Keith is known for his successful marriage to Nicole Kidman. The couple celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary in June. They got married in 2006 after meeting at an event the previous year. Their wedding took place at the Cardinal Cerretti Chapel, with several A-list guests, including Hugh Jackman and Naomi Watts. The couple has two adopted children, Isabella and Connor, from Nicole's previous marriage to Tom Cruise, as well as their biological daughters, Sunday and Faith. Keith is recognized for his talent as a singer, producing 21 number one hits on the country radio and serving as a judge on American Idol.