Keith Urban is among the famous faces taking part in a new campaign for the American Cancer Society. The More Birthdays movement features the talent and artwork of several performers, including Justin Bieber, Jack Johnson, Colbie Caillat and Maroon 5, among others, who deliver their own special rendition of 'Happy Birthday,' and create or donate artwork inspired by specific facts about how the American Cancer Society has contributed to the progress against cancer.

"I love the spirit of the American Cancer Society's More Birthdays campaign because it celebrates life," says Keith. "The marking of time, especially when spent with family and friends on that special day, helps to remind us of the little things that are most important to all of our lives." Check out Keith's video here.

The artists' contributions have been turned into advertisements for television, magazine and online outlets, as well as custom e-cards, gift wrap, posters, prints and more and can be purchased at the More Birthdays website. Proceeds will assist the American Cancer Society in raising funds and saving more lives in the hopes of creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays.

Keith is hitting the airwaves with his new single, 'Put You in a Song,' the first release from his upcoming album, 'Get Closer,' due in stores November 16.