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We first met Kane Brown a couple of years back, as the Internet began to buzz about this kid who was doing country covers from his bathroom. And while Kane’s career has now taken off, making him a top pick to win “New Artist of the Year” this year in the inaugural, fan-voted Rare Country Awards, it’s that voice that continues to astound us.

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Recently, on Nov. 24, Kane released a brand-new cover of the Lonestar classic “I’m Already There” and astounded us once again with that traditional sounding voice. And while the country music genre has come to welcome him, the whole world is about to fall in love with him come Dec. 1, when he makes his national television debut on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”


Heck, even Ellen loves him.

Kane will perform on the show, and we certainly hope that he also gets to show off a little bit of that heart that we have all fallen in love with, too.

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It’s the perfect ending to quite a year for Kane, who has celebrated everything from the release of his self-titled debut album on Dec. 2 to the continuation of his current headlining tour “Monster Energy Outbreak Presents: Kane Brown Ain’t No Stopping Us Now Tour” to the unveiling of his current single and video for “Thunder in the Rain,” which was co-written by Kane himself.

The Rare Country Awards honor the year’s best in country music as determined by fans. Cast your vote at RareCountryAwards.com.
Winners to be announced Dec. 15.

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