Kane Brown Sparks Social Media Frenzy With a Garth Brooks Cover
Country star Kane Brown thrilled fans at a recent show when he covered Garth Brooks’ hit song “Friends in Low Places,” prompting cheers from the audience. Brown shared a video of the performance on his Instagram, sparking calls for a duet between the two singers.
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Brown’s devoted fans, who call themselves the “KB Family,” frequently travel long distances to attend his concerts and have formed a close-knit community around him. In addition to coverage of the performance, this article also includes 10 little-known facts about Brown:
- Kane Brown was born on October 21, 1993, in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
- He is of mixed racial heritage, with a Caucasian mother and an African-American and Cherokee father.
- Brown’s interest in music began at a young age, and he began posting covers of popular songs on social media in his teens.
- He gained a following on Facebook, where he amassed millions of views and likes for his videos.
- Brown auditioned for both American Idol and The X Factor, but he did not make it far in either competition.
- He released his first EP, titled “Closer,” in 2015, which included the hit single “Used to Love You Sober.”
- Brown’s self-titled debut album was released in 2016 and debuted at number one on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
- He has won several awards, including the American Music Award for Favorite Country Male Artist in 2020.
- Brown has collaborated with several other artists, including Marshmello, Swae Lee, and Khalid.
- He married his wife, Katelyn Jae, in 2018, and the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Kingsley, in 2019.
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