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Kane Brown announces first arena headlining tour, album track list

USA TODAY logo USA TODAY 9/6/2018 Cindy Watts

Momentum is king in the music business, and right now country singer Kane Brown has it in spades. 

On the heels of his multi-platinum-selling single "Heaven," Thursday Brown revealed his Kane Brown: Live Forever Tour — the 24-year-old Georgia native's first arena headlining tour. His support acts include Granger Smith with Raelynn, Danielle Bradbery and Jimmie Allen on select dates. 

"It's my biggest tour so far," Brown said. "We've been in clubs, and now we'll be playing for 8,000 to 10,000 people. We're excited to work on our production and get it bigger and just get on the road and out of the clubs."

The tour will launch Jan.10 in Duluth, Ga., and include stops in Pensacola, Florida; Southhaven, Mississippi; Huntsville, Alabama; Orlando, Florida; Rockford, Illinois; Grand Forks, South Dakota; Manchester, New Hampshire; Wallingford, Connecticut; Bossier City, Louisiana; and Cedar Park, Texas.

"I think this tour is going to show people that it's not just an internet thing anymore," Brown said. "I think this tour is going to show people that we're here to stay. We're not going anywhere, and we're going to keep working our tails off. My team and my fans are going to keep growing and getting better and making a name for ourselves."

Before Brown leaves for his tour in January, he will launch an even larger project — his sophomore album "Experiment" is due in stores Nov. 9. Produced by Dann Huff, the album is home to Brown's current single "Lose It." The singer co-wrote 11 of the 12 songs on the album with co-writers including Josh Hoge, Shy Carter, Corey Crowder, Sam Ellis and Chase McGill. 

"If I want to have a long career, instead of doing what other people want, I knew I had to do what I love, experiment with sounds and see what people gravitate towards," Brown said. 

He explained the album as a mix of '90s country, R&B country, "super rock" and swamp.

"It's all over the place, that why we called it 'Experiment,'" he said. 

Brown's eclectic combination of sounds speaks to a broad spectrum of music lovers. 

The versatile singer released his self-titled major label debut album in December of 2016. Less than one year later, Brown made history when he became the first country singer to top all five Billboard country charts the same week. A deluxe version of his debut album was at No. 1 on the country albums chart while "Heaven" was the No. 1 digital country song, and "What Ifs," his duet with Lauren Alaina, was No. 1  on Billboard's Country Airplay chart, Hot Country Song chart and Country Streaming Song chart. The five simultaneous chart-toppers earned Brown a Guinness World Record for being the first act to top five U.S. country charts at the same time. Bested only by Sam Hunt's "Body Like a Backroad" and Thomas Rhett's "Die a Happy Man," “What Ifs” recently became the third most-streamed country song in history.

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Brown said he planned to take "Heaven," "What Ifs" and his other celebrated hits and merge them with fan favorites from "Experiment" to create a 75-minute superset for his arena tour that he's sure will keep fans on their feet.  

Brown's Live Forever Tour is named after a song on his "Experiment" album and fans can reserve their tickets for the tour and their album copies on Friday. Those who pre-order the album will receive an instant grat track of "Homesick."

Access to tickets for Brown's arena tour begins 10 a.m. ET Friday through Ticketmaster Verified Fan and will run through 10 a.m. Monday. To register, visit: https://verifiedfan.ticketmaster.com/kanebrown/. Tickets for Brown's Live Forever Tour will go on sale to the general public on Sept. 14 through Ticketmaster, www.ticketmaster.com.

Kane Brown: Live Forever Tour

Duluth, Ga. with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Pensacola, Fla. with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Columbus, Ga., with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Independence, Mo., with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Southaven, Miss., with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Norman, Okla., with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Huntsville, Ala., with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Columbia, S.C., with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Orlando, Fla., with Granger Smith and Raelynn

Roanoke, Va., with Granger Smith and Danielle Bradbery

Corbin, Ky., with Granger Smith and Danielle Bradbery

Rockford, Ill., with Granger Smith and Jimmie Allen

Brookings, S.D., with Granger Smith and Jimmie Allen

Grand Forks, N.D., with Granger Smith and Jimmie Allen

Manchester, N.H., with Granger Smith and Danielle Bradbery

Wallingford, Conn., with Granger Smith and Danielle Bradbery

Youngstown, Ohio, with Granger Smith and Danielle Bradbery

Bloomington, Ill., with Granger Smith and Jimmie Allen

Cape Girardeau, Mo., with Granger Smith and Jimmie Allen

Bossier City, La., with Granger Smith and Jimmie Allen

Allen, Texas with Granger Smith and Danielle Bradbery

Cedar Park, Texas with Granger Smith and Danielle Bradbery

"Experiment" track list

1. "Baby Come Back to Me"

Kane Brown/Chase McGill/Matthew McGinn/Will Weatherly 

2. "Good as You"

Kane Brown/Brock Berryhill/Shy Carter/Taylor Phillips/Will Weatherly 

3. "Lose It"

Kane Brown/Chase McGill/Will Weatherly 

4. "It Ain't You It's

Me"

Kane Brown/Brock Berryhill/Josh Hoge/Taylor Phillips 

5. "Short Skirt Weather"

Kane Brown/Chase McGill/Will Weatherly 

6. "Homesick"

Kane Brown/Brock Berryhill/Matthew McGinn/Taylor Phillips 

7. "Weekend"

Kane Brown/Chase McGill/Will Weatherly 

8. "Work"

Kane Brown/Sam Ellis/Josh Hoge 

9. "One Night Only"

Kane Brown/Corey Crowder/Josh Hoge/Matthew McGinn 

10. "My Where I Come From"

Kane Brown/Chase McGill/Matthew McGinn/Will Weatherly 

11. "American Bad Dream"

Kane Brown/Sam Ellis/Josh Hoge/Chase McGill 

12. "Live Forever"

Sam Ellis/Jon Green/Laura Veltz 

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