NASHVILLE, TN – JANUARY 22: Keith Urban performs onstage during the Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots’ Million Dollar Show for St. Jude at the Ryman Auditorium on January 22, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for St. Jude)

Keith Urban shared that his worst day in country music was before he was famous.

He said, in part, “When I was doing my radio tour, when I got started as an artist. For all your listeners, you do the radio tour you go around and introduce yourself to all the stations.” He continued, “It can be quite gruelling because nobody knows who you are and nobody cares who you are.

You just schlep yourself around the country with your promoter from the label, going to so many radio stations.” He then went on to share that at one radio station, he interrupted a meeting the staff was having and it was embarrassing for him.

He said, “So I open the door and I go in and I go into the corner of this room and lift my guitar case and one of the guys at the meeting — there must have been 8 people there — he goes, ‘Um, can we help you? Hello?’ And I was like, ‘Oh, I’m just getting my guitar.’ He goes, ‘We’re having a meeting here.’ I went red, it was so embarrassing, I walk back to the manager and I’m like, ‘Let’s just get the hell out of here, man.’ I’m just so humiliated.”