Powter juggles music and fatherhood

Singer-songwriter Daniel Powter revealed that he loves being a father // Singer-songwriter Daniel Powter revealed that he loves being a father
Singer-songwriter Daniel Powter revealed that he loves being a father
Daniel Powter has said he believes he's found the right balance when it comes to juggling being a rock star and changing nappies.
Daniel Powter has said he believes he's found the right balance when it comes to juggling being a rock star and changing nappies.
The Canadian singer-songwriter, best known for his 2005 hit Bad Day, said he's never been as happy as he is now that he is a dad.
"I've really grown up and I have both feet on the ground but I still have that edgy thing where I pretend that I'm a rock star," said the father-of-two.
"I love to pretend that I'm a rock star, then I go home and change my baby's diaper. It's that balance I have in my life. It feels really good."
Daniel also revealed inspiration for new music sometimes strikes when he is doing household chores, like washing up.
"I'm just like a regular dude," he said.
He continued: "When I made the first record I was a little bit spoiled and a little bit self-centred and a bit of a brat really, and I think I needed five years off. I needed to grow up a little bit.
"When I re-evaluate what I wanted to do in my life, I ended up getting back home and going through a rather nasty two-and-a-half year divorce.
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