Music Row gathered at The Ruby yesterday afternoon (Sept. 7) to celebrate the release of country superstar Kane Brown‘s newest album Different Man.
Colored lights tinted the room and an exciting buzz filled the air as guests entered the venue. Brown’s voice blasted through the speakers while his music and lyric videos flashed across the front wall—engulfing the crowd in his talent.
Different interactive experiences filled the space, each one symbolizing a track from the upcoming album. The hit artist’s most recent single “Go Around” was represented by a 360 degree photo-op, allowing guests to stand on a platform and pose with props while a revolving camera captured their movements.
Sony Music Nashville’s Chairman and CEO Randy Goodman took the floor to welcome and thank everyone for coming. He described the process of creating Different Man, referring to Brown as a musical pioneer.
“It’s been arduous, at times, to get here, but the album speaks for itself. I’m so proud of [Brown] and the man [he] has become,” shared Goodman.
Goodman took time to acknowledge and thank all the people involved in the project. Sony Music Nashville’s VP, A&R Margaret Tomlin was next to detail Brown’s vision, noting that he maintained creative control throughout the endeavor. Tomlin stated that the presence of Brown’s wife Katelyn will be a “force” on the record, along with Blake Shelton‘s feature.
Finally, Brown took the mic to express his gratitude. He told the crowd that he is still finding his sound and growing musically. Sharing his experimentation with the anticipated album, Brown states that he knew the direction he wanted to go in when performing the record and believes the tracks are enhanced when heard live.
Different Man will release tomorrow, Sept. 9. Brown will also be back at The Ruby tomorrow to ring in the release of the album with his fans.
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