On Tour: Kane Brown Celebrates Birthday With Hometown Bash

Kane Brown celebrated his 23rd birthday with a hometown show in Chattanooga on Friday night (Oct. 21). The sold-out concert packed popular venue Track 29, where he treated fans to music from his upcoming debut album.


As Brown gears up for the Dec. 2 release of his full-length album, he is busy on the road. The RCA Nashville/Zone 4 artist just wrapped an opening slot on Florida Georgia Line’s tour. Next up, he will headline the Monster Energy Outbreak Presents: Ain’t No Stopping Us Now Tour, which will visit 30 markets between November and January.

In between tours, Nashville fans can catch him this Friday (Oct. 28) at the Battle for the Bones at the Mercy Lounge.


Pictured (L-R): Sony Nashville’s Jaime Marconette, RCA Nashville’s Elizabeth Sledge, Kane Brown, manager Martha Earls and Sony’s Paul Barnabee.


Brown is a viral sensation whose dedicated fans propelled him to success. His breakout co-penned single “Used To Love You Sober” was recently certified gold by the RIAA and his current single “Thunder In The Rain” marks Brown’s fifth song to shoot to No. 1 on the iTunes Country Charts, prior to any radio airplay.


Kane Brown and Johnny Smith from Songbirds Guitar Museum in Chattanooga





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