Bobby Bones does The BobbyCast from his house where he brings in artists from all genres and those people behind the scenes of the artists like songwriters and award show creators. On the 127th episode of the podcast, Bones brought on artist Brett Eldredge.
We mostly know Eldredge for his epic Snapchat/Instagram Stories, social media singalongs, his outgoing personality on stage and his Weimaraner Dog Edgar. However, during the podcast, we heard about a side of Eldredge that he hadn't opened up much before on. Eldredge disclosed that he struggles with anxiety, nerves, fear of falling in love and the fact that he is actually an introvert.
Eldredge brought up the topic of therapy. He shared that he sees a therapist to work through his struggles with anxiety. He also uses an app called Headspace and 5 Minute Journal to also help. Further showing that everything isn't what it seems on social media and everyone has their own internal struggles.
Eldredge was most recently pushing his single "The Long Way," a song about the woman you love showing you everything about her, especially how she grew up. However, while Eldredge seems like is a man of many dating prospects, he worries about falling in love. He shared that he is almost scared to fall in love because he thinks his love songs might not be as good.
Along with anxiety, Eldredge also struggles with some nerves. He described a story when he thought he was going to pass out on stage because of how nervous he got before taking the stage. If you've seen him perform live before though, you would have never known this is an issue because of his great stage presence.
After his second single "It Ain't Gotta Be Love" didn't succeed at country radio, Eldredge revaluated himself and his career then made it a point to get into shape, improve his image and become a better songwriter.
Also during The BobbyCast, Eldredge explained how he is actually an introvert. Social media, articles and his stage presence give off a certain persona, but he actually spends a lot of time to himself when he's not in the spotlight.
Listen to the full BobbyCast with Brett Eldredge below!