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THE B-SIDE
Kane Brown (Zone 4/RCA Nashville)
3/11/16

WHAT IT IS: The 22-year-old baritone vocalist and native of Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. initially built an online army of fans by posting performance videos of cover songs, whose popularity led to the viral success of his 2014 independent single “Don’t Go City on Me” and his crowdfunded, debut EP Closer. He’s now made a name for himself by selling out shows across the U.S. and growing his already enormous fan base.
ALBUM: Chapter 1 (EP)
RELEASE DATE: 3/25
SINGLE: “Used to Love You Sober”
LIVE: Sold-out, headlining dates; supporting Florida Georgia Line on Dig Your Roots Tour beginning in May
INTERNET: 1.7m+ Facebook followers, 344k Instagram followers, 78k+ Twitter followers; 5m+ total YouTube views; 180k+ single downloads
RADIO: Impacted 2/16
PRESS: Huffington Post Artist to Watch, Taste of Country, The Boot, more
BOOKING: Braeden Rountree/WME
PUBLISHING: UMPG
MANAGEMENT:
Martha Earls/EFG Mgmt.