Keith Urban got on Skype earlier this afternoon to talk with CNN's Rick Sanchez about the Nashville flood. Sanchez seemed more interested in talking about Urban's own equipment losses (at the flooded Soundcheck rehearsal studios), but Urban was quick to counter that there are much bigger problems in the area.
“I went through this in Australia in 1974," he said. I was very young, but we had this kind of 100-year flood in my city, and it’s just unfathomable. As someone said this morning, you know, when you see it in other places, like we saw in New Orleans, you feel for these people, but you don’t get a sense of what it’s like until it happens to your own city.”
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