Kane Brown Archive
In 2014, a cover of “I Don’t Dance” and 60,000 video shares changed 21 year old Kane Brown’s life forever.
Growing up, Kane was raised poor and by a hardworking single mother, moving around from Rossville, GA to Fort Oglethorpe, Lafayette, GA and finally settling in Red Bank, TN. Kane has been surrounded by Country music his whole life.
Until 11th grade, Kane planned to take the R&B route, but winning a talent show singing Chris Young’s “Gettin’ You Home Tonight” took him in the direction of Country. After that performance, Kane started posting covers of himself showcasing songs by Brantley Gilbert, Billy Currington, Alan Jackson and other amazing artists, gaining more and more fans as he went.
Kane released his debut EP, “Closer” on June 2nd, 2015 featuring his previously released single “Don’t Go City On Me.” Get your copy here: http://smarturl.it/KBCloser[read more…]