Keith Urban’s Girls Make Him Sing at Home—but Not His Songs

Instead, the girls want him to perform the theme song from Scottish children’s show Shaun the Sheep.

Shaun courtesy ShauntheSheep.com; Urban photo by Max Vadukal

When he’s at home, Keith Urban takes requests from his 5- and 2-year-old daughters. But they rarely ask for a Keith Urban hit.

“I play music a lot. I play the piano a lot. We have a piano in the main room,” Keith told ABC News Radio.

“There’s a Scottish program called Shaun the Sheep, which is like a stop-motion thing like Chicken Run, made by the same guys that do Chicken Run. And they love this Shaun the Sheep, and there’s this crazy theme, Shaun the Sheep theme, that they always have me play on the piano,” he said.

“I had to learn it. So, I play Shaun the Sheep, like, all the time.”

Yeah, the girls go baaaaaaah-nkers for it.

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