‘I still have PTSD’: Keith Urban recalls the struggle of feeling trapped for three months in his Nashville home
Country music superstar Keith Urban used to entertain his fans on the road.
The 52-year-old recalled the struggle he spent three months in quarantine at his home in Nashville, in an interview with Australia’s Sunday Telegraph, Stiller magazine.
Keith, who is married to actress Nicole Kidman, has admitted that he still suffers from PTSD (PTSD).
“ I still have PTSD ”: Keith Urban (pictured in January 2018), 52, recalls the three-month struggle to stay in Nashville amid the coronavirus pandemic, in an interview with the Australian Sunday Telegraph.
The comments were made regarding Keith’s single Out The Cage from his new album, written in June, three months after closing.
Out The Cage explores the feelings that come with confinement – being restricted, loss of socialization and loss of freedom.
We have been in lockdown since March. Ready to get out and do things, I poured that into that song. I still have a little PTSD about shutting down, ‘Keith told Stellar magazine.
Four-time Grammy Award winner is now located in Byron Bay, Australia, where his wife Nicole is busy filming her $ 100 million series Nine Perfect Strangers.
Loss of freedom: Keith, who used to entertain his fans on the road, explained: “ We’ve been in lockdown since March. Ready to get out and do things, I poured it into that song (Out The Cage). I still have a little PTSD about shutting down. Photo in September
“We are now in Byron Bay and all I can think of is Nashville not long ago,” Keith continued. “I’m like a little animal in a cage wandering around shyly,” I don’t know about this freedom, that sounds a little fishy. ”
Keith married Nicole, 53, in 2006, and they share two daughters, Sunday Rose, 12, and Faith Margaret, nine.
The singer-songwriter told CBS News in May 2016 that his life really began when he met the Oscar winner.
Lyrics: Out The Cage explores the feelings that come with confinement – being restricted, losing socialization, losing freedom. Pictured with his wife Nicole Kidman, 53 years old
The One: The singer-songwriter told CBS News in May 2016 that his life really began when he met the Oscar winner: “ It was literally, like, ‘Well, life begins.’
“[Meeting Nicole] And marriage didn’t change life, it was the beginning of life, ”he said.“ It was literally, like, “Well, life begins.”
Keith, who met Nicole at the 2005 G’Day USA party, later revealed how it took him four months to accumulate the courage to call her after meeting at the event.
“ I never thought she’d ever see anything in a guy like me, ” he admitted in an interview on an Australian TV show in 2018.
“But at some point, I gathered the courage to call these numbers and she answered, and we started talking and we talked and we talked and we talked and we talked and it was easy.”
Read more: Keith’s full interview is published in Australia’s Sunday Telegraph’s Stellar
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