On Sept. 16, Kane Brown stepped onto the stage at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater in St. Louis as an opener on Florida Georgia Line’s Dig Your Roots Tour, determined to put on a roaring performance of his new song, “Thunder in the Rain.”
And yes, he did just that.
But even more importantly, Kane is also sporting a new attitude these days – an attitude stemming from the confidence that seems to be filling his heart thanks to his soaring career at the moment. That confidence, in fact, has made Kane even more open in recent months about his sometimes-rambunctious past.
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“It was hard at the beginning to open up, but now its not hard at all,” Kane told Rare Country just minutes before his Sept. 17 show in Chicago. “I just want to tell kids that are going through a rough time that anything is possible and as long as you keep your head on straight and you are able to brush it off, you don’t need to hold grudges about people or hold any hard feelings inside. You just gotta keep moving on. Stuff happens for a reason and you can learn from everything. I feel like that’s what I want people to take in.”