Kane Brown is currently on the road for his Blessed & Free Tour, which stopped at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts over the weekend, on January 14th. Kane was joined by Restless Road and Chase Rice, playing to an energetic, sold out crowd. Restless Road was the first act to get signed to Kane Brown’s label (1021 Entertainment) in early 2021, in a joint venture with Sony Music Nashville. Since the launch, Kane has shared his reach with the country trio, allowing them to hit the road and play for thousands. The reach is well deserved, as Zach, Colton and Garret prove their place in country music. Their set ranges from a selection of their original music to their rendition of “Take Me Home”, which released as a duet with Kane in early 2020. They also gave the crowd an incredible rendition of some country chart-toppers including “Your Man” by Josh Turner, “Big Green Tractor” by Jason Aldean, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy by Toby Keith, “Check Yes or No” by George Straight and even their take on Def Leppard’s “Pour Some Sugar on Me”. Chase Rice was definitely a crowd favorite, which set the tone for how incredible the Boston crowd was. Chase performed a selection of his hits including “Ready Set Roll”, “If I Were Rock and Roll” and “Lonely If You Are”. Chase’s set also honored his talents as a songwriter, performing the hit he wrote for Florida Georgia Line in 2012, “Cruise”.
The one prominent aspect that remained consistent throughout Kane’s entire show is the connection he has with his fans. Country music fans are some of the most dedicated group of people you can surround yourself with and you are bound to have a great night no matter what show you attend. Kane’s fans took thing to a whole new level in Boston. You could feel the energy in the stands right before Kane hit the stage and let me tell you, he knows how to make an entrance. While a selection of b-roll footage played on the big screen, Brown rose on a platform behind the screen, causing a roar of screams throughout the arena. Kane greets the crowd screaming “What’s Up, Boston” and proceeded to jump off the top of the screen swinging down to the main stage from a rope.
Kane took the time to perform all of his hits, but one thing that made this tour special was the stories he told between each song. Hearing Kane’s story allowed the fans to connect on a more personal level. His success story came not only from having a successful music career, but the beginning to a beautiful relationship with his family, which included starting a family of his own. The time that Kane put in to make each audience member feel special, set him apart from any show we have covered in the past. At the end of the show, Kane took the time to sign autographs on stage for about ten minutes. When we spoke to Kane in 2020, he revealed, “I want to keep breaking barriers and growing our fanbase. I’d want to inspire people, and maybe make them think before they decide what country is or can be. And inspiring people to be themselves and not give up on any dream they really have.”.
You still have the chance to check out Kane on the Blessed & Beautiful Tour. The tour is set to run through February 6th, ending in Las Vegas, NV. Need more Kane Brown? Stream his latest single “Whiskey Sour” across all music platforms today!
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