Kane Brown has proven time and again that there aren’t many songs he can't breath new life into. Recently, while visiting the Portland, Oregon based radio station, 98.7 The Bull, he began his live performance with a question for the crowd, “Y'all don't care if I do a cover for y'all, right?" He was met with some cheers and the first chords of Justin Bieber's hit single “Love Yourself" began to ring out.
The Bull Sessions take place in the Skype Live Studio presented by Spirit Mountain Casino and have featured many of Kane's country music comrades such as, Danielle Bradberry, Lindsay Ell, Walker Hayes, Devin Dawson, Jordan Davis, Dylan Scott, Jackie Lee, Midland, Carly Pearce, Craig Wayne Boyd, Morgan Wallen, Russell Dickerson, Ryan Follese, Brandy Clark, Luke Combs, Josh Abbott Band, LANco, Margo Price, Jason Aldean, Chase Bryant, Brett Young, Tucker Beathard and Jerrod Neimann. All of their videos, and more, can be found at this YouTube playlist.
Kane Brown is well on his way to solidifying the title of King of Covers. He garnered a lot of attention for himself in October of 2016 during a visit to the Nash Country Daily offices in Nashville, Tennessee. Being known to cover country legend Randy Travis' “Three Wooden Crosses," Nash took the opportunity to give this rising star the surprise of a lifetime. This video is extra fun thanks to the split screen that gives viewers a clear shot of Kane's face when he realizes who is standing in the doorway. Yes, that is the real Randy Travis you're looking at, Kane!