Music for Memories: Kane Brown
Tuesday, March 28, 2023, at the James Brown Arena
KICKS welcomes Music for Memories to the James Brown Arena. Another year and another great show featuring Kane Brown. Music for Memories benefits Via Cognitive Health, the new name for the Jud C Hickey Center.
Tickets go on sale THIS FRIDAY, January 27th at 10 a.m. at AECTix.com.
ABOUT KANE BROWN:
Born in 1993 and raised in Georgia and Tennessee, Kane Brown is a truly modern kind of country singer, on several levels. His first wave of fame came via a series of cover tunes he shared on social media. Videos of himself singing songs by the likes of Lee Brice and Brantley Gilbert got the ball rolling, and Brown’s version of the 1995 George Strait hit not only showed his diversity, it blew up, earning him millions of views and putting him definitively on the mainstream musical map. After testing the waters with a couple of EPs, Brown released his self-titled debut album on RCA Nashville in 2016, and as soon as the fans who already admired his Facebook covers and early singles got a full-length earful of what he was up to, he became a straight-up star. The record then hit the top spot on the country charts and went to No. 5 on the pop charts, eventually going Platinum and yielding the multi-Platinum hit singles “What Ifs” (a duet with Lauren Alaina) and “Heaven.”