April 29, 2020
Keith Urban brightened the day of his followers with the throwback images he shared via his Instagram account recently.
In celebration of his new single, "Polaroid," Keith Urban decided to share some major throwback images from his life and journey as a musician.
Keith Urban attends A Conversation with Keith Urban 2018 SXSW Conference and Festivals at Austin Convention Center on March 16, 2018 in Austin, Texas | Photo: Getty Images
Among the series of images that the singer-songwriter uploaded was one from his first trip to Nashville which saw him wearing a red and black patterned vest and a necklace. With his hair long and bleached blonde, the singer jokingly wrote across the photo:
"First trip to Nashville... I have no idea why I couldn't get signed?!!!!"
The other images included one of Keith holding an acoustic guitar while wearing a pair of pants that he ensured that he jokingly called his fans' attention to.
Keith and his family have been engaging in playing music around the piano, dancing, and getting out in their backyard.
Next came throwback photos of Keith performing and accepting a CMA Award, a snap of the singer and his father, a picture of Keith and his first guitar teacher, and a snap of the 52-year-old award-winner and his wife, Nicole Kidman, singing together in a vehicle.
The singer finished the slideshow with a photo from a concert in Nashville, with words that read, "Can't wait till we get to do this again someday Nashville."
The post, which came with some lyrics from "Polaroid," has received nearly 100,000 likes from his followers. The song, which was released on April 24, comes Keith's last track, "God Whispered Your Name," that was also dropped earlier this year.
According to Billboard, both singles are set to appear on his forthcoming studio album, which will be the follow-up to his 2018 set "Graffiti U."
Just a day before the country singer dropped the new single, Today disclosed that he, like many other people living through the COVID-19 lockdown, was dealing with quarantine hair.
The 52-year-old had shown his fans what he looked like when he shared a Twitter image of his hair fully covering his eyes and half of his face.
Besides dealing with his stringy new hair, the "Blue Ain't Your Color" crooner has been spending lots of quality time with his wife and children.
The country singer has also been keeping busy by hosting live shows on Instagram for his millions of fans around the world.