Kane Brown Performs At US 101 CountryFest Saturday

Monday, August 28, 2017

Kane Brown will perform at US 101 CountryFest at Northwest Georgia Amphitheatre in Ringgold on Saturday. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.

Review for Kane Brown:

The rising singer's Gold-certified single "What If's" features Lauren Alaina and is currently No. 3 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart and Top 15-and-climbing on Billboard's Country Airplay chart. Brown just announced the release of a deluxe version of his self-titled debut album on RCA Nashville/Zone 4 due out on Oct. 6. The deluxe edition contains the 11 tracks from  Kane Brown plus four new studio recordings including a duet with Chris Young called "Setting The Night On Fire."

Brown's deep drawl and impressive breakthrough via social media has been the subject of in-depth feature stories in  The New York Times,  Billboard,  Rolling Stone Country,  CMT, The Washington Post,  Chicago Tribune and more. The rising singer's self-titled album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and Top 10 on the Billboard 200, marking 2016’s fourth best new artist album sales debut in all genres of music and the best first-week debut album sales for a new country artist since 2014. The hot newcomer garnered two Gold-certified singles with "Used To Love You Sober" and "What Ifs" and has appeared on  The Ellen DeGeneres Show, TODAY and  Late Night With Seth Meyers.

Brown has toured nationwide on his own headlining tour and has toured with Florida Georgia Line. He is currently on the road with Jason Aldean’s They Don’t Know Tour. For more information, visit  www.kanebrownmusic.com.  



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