Photo credit: (Left) Chris Pizzello / Invision / Associated Press, (Right) Facebook via Kane Brown
By now y'all have heard of Kane Brown, the up-and-coming internet sensation storming the Billboard charts and catching the eyes of everyone in country music.
Now, this unlikely country superstar (who's self-produced single hit No. 2 on the charts) takes to Facebook to honor one of country music's biggest legends!
In a recently posted video, Kane, sets up a camera and gets his lead guitarist set up for an incredible acoustic session. During one of his best performances yet, he tackles Garth Brooks' monumental masterpiece, "The Dance" which won "Song of The Year" when it was released.
Brown himself has become an overnight superstar with success likened to that of Justin Bieber. In just a two-week timeframe, Brown had gained over 400,000 followers on Facebook which is directly linked to his success.
"A lot of the people in Nashville think the numbers are fake, but they can't prove it," Brown admitted. "They've never had a Justin Bieber in country music, so they don't know how to deal with it."
Kane Brown's recent single "Used To Love You Sober" immediately landed in the Top Ten on the Billboard Hot Country list, and he's had tremendous success on the iTunes charts too.
Check out his rich, deep vocals and acoustic jam session in the video below!
Looking back on the memory of The dance we shared 'neath the stars above For a moment all the world was right How could I have known that you'd ever say goodbye
And now I'm glad I didn't know The way it all would end, the way it all would go Our lives are better left to chance I could have missed the pain But I'd have had to miss the dance
Holding you, I held everything For a moment wasn't I a king But if I'd only known how the king would fall Hey who's to say? You know I might have changed it all
And now I'm glad I didn't know The way it all would end the way it all would go Our lives are better left to chance I could have missed the pain But I'd have had to miss the dance
It's my life, it's better left to chance I could have missed the pain But I'd have had to miss the dance
The Dance by Garth Brooks . Had to cover another legend