Hometown Proud Tour
Thu Apr 20
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
This event is all ages
Advance $21 | Day of Show $23 | Door $23 | Mezzanine (21+) $36
There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the Cain's Box Office.
The 'Thunder In The Rain' VIP Experience $99 (ONLINE ONLY)
Details for the VIP Packages will be listed under the ticket type. VIP ticket purchasers, you will receive an email with instructions on or before April 18, 2017. If you have any questions, before or after your purchase, please contact email@example.com - Thank You!
No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!
Oklahoma Joe’s BBQ will be open and available to ticket holders from 7pm- 9pm!
Support acts are subject to change without notice!
He attended Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School where he sang in the choir with Lauren Alaina, the runner-up on season 10 of American Idol. He also attended Red Bank, Ridgeland, and Soddy Daisy High Schools, at all of which he was a stand out athlete at football, basketball and track.
The singer was exposed to country music from a young age and was encouraged to enter his 11th-grade talent show singing “Gettin’ You Home Tonight” by his favorite singer Chris Young. Kane won the talent show and he began his dream of pursuing a country music career.
Using social media as his platform, Kane posts both cover songs and original material on Facebook and Instagram. The videos have spread virally and Kane’s Facebook following has grown to over 1.5 million loyal and engaged followers.
In 2014, Kane crowdfunded his debut EP Closer. The EP was released on iTunes on June 2, 2015 where it charted at #11. As his online popularity surged, the EP re-charted in October, 2015 at #1 on the iTunes country chart.
On Kane’s 22nd birthday, October 21, 2015, he released the single “Used to Love You Sober” on iTunes where it quickly went to #1 on the country singles chart and #2 overall. Two more singles followed, “Last Minute Late Night” and “Love That I Hate You,” both of which were #1’s on the iTunes Country Chart.
In November, 2015, Kane embarked on his first headline tour and has sold out every show he has played across the country.
Kane is currently in the process of signing a major label record deal, and “Used to Love You Sober” will be a single at country radio in early-spring 2016.
Says Kane of his fans and success, “I am down to earth but I always try to stay positive for my fans because throughout everything they have lifted me up so much.”
At the age of seven, she met future publisher and mentor, Becki Devries of Kompass Music Publishing in Nashville, at a music worship service in Washington. Becki recalls,” I knew Bailey had talent even then, but when I came back to the island to visit family in the summer of 2013, I held a songwriting seminar that Bailey attended. It was then that I realized she had the whole package. Without any training at all, she was already an impressive songwriter at a really young age.”
Bailey signed an exclusive music publishing agreement with Kompass later that year, and began making monthly trips to Nashville to hone her songwriting craft. Bailey reflects, “I always jumped at the chance to sing and play my guitar in front of people, but when I started writing songs when I was 12, music became an even bigger part of my life. Being able to share my heart and experiences with other people through my music became my purpose and my passion”.
Shortly after Bailey relocated to Nashville, she inked a first-ever joint recording deal with Warner Music Nashville and 300 Entertainment out of New York. Her debut single, Own It, a dance-worthy, autobiographical anthem that encourages others to live blatantly and embrace their flaws, is available now.
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