Brown launches "Sober" single
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
– Kane Brown's debut single "Used To Love You Sober" hit country radio today.
Brown, 22, of Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., initially built an online fan base posting his own performance videos of cover songs, including his 2014 independent single, "Don't Go City on Me."
In late 2015, Brown self-released "Used To Love You Sober." He recently signed with RCA Nashville/Zone 4, which is re-releasing the single.
"My fans have been asking and patiently waiting for my music on their hometown radio stations for a long time, and I am so excited that this moment is finally here," said Brown. "I'm grateful for all of the fans that have gotten me to this day, I am nothing without them."
Brown will join headliners Florida Georgia Line when the duo launches its 2016 Dig Your Roots Tour beginning in March.
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