17 Feb KANE BROWN’S DEBUT SINGLE “USED TO LOVE YOU SOBER” HITS COUNTRY RADIO 2/16/16
RCA Nashville/Zone 4 country recording artist Kane Brown’s debut single “Used To Love You Sober” hit the Country radio airwaves on February 16, 2016.
Brown, the twenty-two-year-old native of Fort Oglethorpe, GA, initially built an online fan base posting his own performance videos of cover songs whose popularity led to the viral success of his 2014 independent single, “Don’t Go City on Me.” In late 2015 Brown self-released “Used To Love You Sober” that today hits Country radio and now has been purchased over 180k times via online digital retailers.
“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,” exclaims Brown. “I’m grateful for all of the fans that have gotten me to this day, I am nothing without them!”
“We are so excited to bring Kane’s RCA debut to Country Radio,” says Senior Vice President of National Promotion for RCA Records Nashville, Keith Gale. “Kane has grown a massive fan base before he joined our family. His fans passionately support him and you can see it. You can feel it! And now we get to bring his great music to an even larger community with our partners at Country Radio.”
Recently named an “Artist to Watch” by Billboard, Huffington Post and HITS, Brown is selling out venues in Charlotte (3400 tickets), Greenville (2000 tickets), Indianapolis (1600 tickets), Knoxville (1600 tickets) and Columbus (1100 tickets) and will join headliners Florida Georgia Line when the duo launches its 2016 Dig Your Roots Tour beginning in March, with select dates on sale now.