Kane Brown’s successful UK tour

Kane Brown has just embarked on an energetic tour of the UK and received rave reviews up and down the country. Accompanied by opening act Restless Road anyone who went along to the shows would agree that it was an unforgettable night. Restless Road kicked off the show acoustically. Their harmonies were what stood out for me and they knew how to impress the crowd; throwing in a Lewis Capaldi cover and their medley of country hits, which included ‘Your Man’, ‘Big Green Tractor’ and ‘Shoulda Been A Cowboy’ was a particular highlight. Their new song which was released on Friday, ‘On My Way’, showcased more of the groups identity and they captivated the crowd with the track.
Kane burst onto the stage with his band and set the tone for the rest of the evening as he paced the stage. ‘Be Like That’ got everyone in the room moving and singing along just a few songs in and it was an upwards trajectory from there. He addressed the crowd, telling them the stories behind the songs and many of the fans guessed ‘Hometown’ which appeared to be a favourite as they whooped and cheered before he’d finished introducing the song.
‘Like I Love Country Music’ was a highlight for me on his last record and it was also a highlight live as well and with the Manchester crowd singing along like a choir (perhaps not all in tune!) it gave me goosebumps. The band was having fun as much as Kane was and they were a tight-knit, cohesive unit as they played one his biggest hits ‘Lose it’. The live version took on it’s own personality. ‘Thank God’ brought the emotion whilst ‘Good As You’ showed both Kane’s versatility and the versatility of a song as it began stripped back before building and launching into an arena ready number with epic guitars and drums.
He broke up his set with a series of covers that criss-crossed genres, again showing the entertainers versatility. All the while there was a buzz throughout the venue. He’d built up a rapport with the audience and was putting on a show. He concluded with some of his biggest songs from ‘Heaven’, the chart topping single that’s now been certified seven times platinum, to ‘Famous Friends’. He concluded his set on another smash hit which the fans knew every word to, ‘What Ifs’. All in all, it was an incredible performance from a true entertainer.

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