Kane Brown is set to make his national television debut on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday, December 1st. Brown’s TV performance coincides with the release of his highly anticipated self-titled debut album, out December 2nd, as well as his current headlining tour, the Monster Energy Outbreak Presents: Kane Brown Ain’t No Stopping Us Now Tour.
Noted for being “one of country music’s most promising newcomers” (Music Row), Brown co-wrote 7 of the 11 tracks on his debut album. The track “Learning,” an autobiographical anthem recently featured by People, now becomes the fourth instant grat track. The three other grat tracks include his current single “Thunder in the Rain,” co-penned by Brown, Josh Hoge and Matthew McVaney; “Ain’t No Stopping Us Now,” co-written by Brown, Jamie Paulin and Jordan Schmidt; and, “Hometown,” co-written by James McNair, Cameron Montgomery and Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley.
Viewers can tune in to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday, December 1st (check local listings) to see Brown perform for the first time on national television.