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There have been some Kane Brown fans who have become awfully reminiscent of late about the beginnings of the country star’s career. They have wished for those days when Kane would go into his bathroom with the good acoustics or head into his bedroom with his guitar player to share a traditional country cover.

So, that’s exactly what he has been doing more of in recent weeks.

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In fact, Kane shared an amazingly good cover of “Every Light in the House,” a song that Trace Adkins took into the top five on the country charts back in 1996. Since its release on Oct. 14, Kane’s video has been viewed more than 2.6 million times.

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And while the now-tour headliner might not have as much time as he once did to do as many covers, it’s that voice that fans can’t seem to get enough of. The demand for the country star will soon be filled with the Dec. 2 release of his highly anticipated, self-titled debut album. Co-writing seven tracks on the project, Kane’s talents continue to impress everyone who hears him.

In fact, Kane will set out on his own headlining Ain’t No Stopping Us Now Tour, starting Nov. 3 and visiting 30 cities.

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