Jordan Rager & Kane Brown Turn Up The Heat

by Emily Huehns

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     Dedicated fans bared the cold outside of the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, MN for country music’s newest heartthrob, Kane Brown. The night was about to be set on fire with the dynamic duo of opening act Jordan Rager and headliner Kane Brown, who were determined to end this night with a bang! 

     Rager warmed up the crowd with songs off of his newest EP, as well as covers from other well known country artists. Rager’s energy and engagement with the crowd was a great way to get these hungry fans ready for Kane Brown. 

     As Rager exited the stage and Brown’s stage crew entered, fans became restless as they knew what was coming next. Suddenly, the theater went dark and fans began to roar. Kicking off his set with his song “Pull It Off,” Brown immediately had the crowd falling in love. 

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     Brown was not only able to kick things up with high energy songs like “Hometown,” “Rockstars,”and “Thunder in The Rain,” but also slow things down and take us back to his roots with his songs “Cold spot,” “Granddady’s Chair,” and “Comeback.” Brown takes us back and shares what it was like growing up in the world of all things Kane Brown. 

     With his Ain’t No Stopping Us Now tour, Brown shows his fans a more personal side of him as he shares stories from his childhood. With his newest song “Learning” Brown touches the crowd with a life-long lesson. Life is too short and we should learn to let it go. Staying humble to his supporters, Brown continuously thanked his fans throughout the night for the success he has had in the past year.

     After his toes began to unthaw from the negative degree weather, Brown made sure to give back to his fans by putting on a great show. Fans continued to connect and sing along with their hands in the air as Brown gave the crowd what they wanted, a night they will never forget.

     Well, Kane Brown, I’d say you did it, you ended the night with a bang! We hope you loved “Minne-snow-ta” as much as we loved you!