Kane Brown heads to D.C. to share the heartbreaking story of his childhood  Twitter/@KaneBrown

Speaking in front of a room full of high-powered lawmakers in Washington, D.C., seems like a daunting experience, but Kane Brown looked cool as could be when he did that very thing.

On September 12, Kane stood at a podium in the nation’s capital and spoke to legal eagles about his own experience with affordable housing. In a previous story, we reported that Kane and his mother lived in their car at one point because of the lack of homes available in their price range. Then as a young man, he lived with his grandmother because his salary didn’t support an ability to live on his own.

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Kane spoke as a representative of Make Room, an organization that creates awareness for the affordable rent crisis around the United States.

After his high profile appearance, Kane did something that was a little more comfortable for the country singer-songwriter. With the Capitol building in the background, Kane performed for a intimate group of fans and radio personnel.

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Carving out the time to stand up for those in need reflects Kane’s obvious passion for the Make Room project. The young star has been on the road with Jason Aldean on his “They Don’t Know Tour” this summer while also planning a wedding with his beautiful fiancée Katelyn.

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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