Taken from Kane Brown’s set at LG Stage at Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls, ON on August 19, 2023
Since getting his start in 2014 as he uploaded videos of himself singing cover songs, Kane Brown has steadily grown to become one of the biggest names in modern country music. In nearly ten years, he's released three full-length albums and three EPs, yielding 20 career singles thus far.
In addition to his nine No. 1s, slew of awards and a few dozen RIAA certifications, Brown has also spent the last few years selling out arenas both stateside and across the pond, including on his 2021-2022 Blessed & Free Tour, which saw the Georgia native become the first artist to play every NBA arena in the United States, and his 2023 Drunk or Dreaming Tour.
With nearly a decade worth of music at his disposal, Brown's live show provides plenty of his biggest hits and fan-favorites along the way.
From his danceable pop and R&B-infused tunes like 'Grand,' 'Be Like That' and his debut single, 'Used to Love You Sober,' Brown also some of his older country-rooted hits, including 'Lose It,' 'Homesick, 'Good As You,' 'Heaven,' 'Short Skirt Weather' and more.
Throughout his headlining sets, Brown also spends plenty of time showing off the newer members of his catalogue, all of which have become quick hits for the genre-bending singer-songwriter. Among those that fans will be graced with are 'Like I Love Country Music,' 'Bury Me In Georgia,' 'One Mississippi' and the utterly lovely 'Thank God,' which often sees his wife and duet partner, Katelyn, making a surprise appearance.
In addition to carving out his own space in the country genre, Brown has also spent the last handful of years just about becoming a professional at crossover success, which is reflected in his average tour setlist.
Over the years, Brown has had collaborations with Camila Cabello, Khalid, Becky G, John Legend, H.E.R. and Nelly, as well as pop singer blackbear ('Memory') and DJ Marshmello ('One Thing Right'). The latter two of his long list of collaborations have often found their way into Brown's performances.
In addition to traipsing around the country on his own headlining tour during the bulk of 2023, Brown has spent much of the summer serving as a headliner on some of country music's biggest and most celebrated festivals, including Stagecoach, Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, Lasso Montréal, WE Fest and more.
The remainder of 2023 will see him perform at various one off events, including the iHeartRadio Music Festival in September.
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