by Craig Shelburne
Kane Brown has been everywhere lately and that visibility doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
Notably, he’s offering two new videos for “Worship You.” One of them from the 2020 CMT Music Awards, which he co-hosted …
… and another as his official music video to his newest single. Brown, his wife Katelyn and daughter Kingsley star in the just-released project, which was directed by Alex Alvga and filmed in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. People shared behind-the-scenes photos as well.
Meanwhile, he covered Randy Travis’ 2002 classic “Three Wooden Crosses” for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Big Night (At the Museum) fundraising event. Even better, he sang it accompanied by Travis’ own Gibson J-185KOA acoustic guitar. The streaming concert helped raise money for the museum’s educational initiatives.
Also in October, BMI presented Kane Brown with three of its coveted “Million-Air” certificates, recognizing three of his songs for logging over one million broadcast performances each. “Good As You” received a certificate for one million, “Lose It” was recognized for two million, and “What If” reached three million performances. Brown joined BMI’s Clay Bradley and EFG Management’s Martha Earls (pictured below) for the presentation.
Of course, he’s not done yet. Brown is nominated for Country Artist of 2020 at the E! People’s Choice Awards and for Favorite Male Country Artist at the 2020 American Music Awards.
In addition, Brown will perform during the Dallas Cowboys’ nationally televised halftime show during the Thanksgiving Day game on FOX. The performance is in partnership with The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign, which raises funds during the holidays to provide shelter and meals for the homeless and hungry, Christmas toys for children and social service programs to millions of people in need year-round.