Kane Brown at the Skowhegan Drive In + More Country Music News for 9 9
Kane Brown is the latest star to go for the drive-in route.
Per CMT, the singer is gearing up for a full-band, concert-length performance to take place on Saturday September 26, which will air in nearly 300 drive-in theaters in the United States and Canada.
Brown's performance will follow in the footsteps of drive-in shows headlined by Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton
In addition to the music, he'll offer a variety of behind-the-scenes glimpses and interviews during the event. Tickets will go on sale beginning tomorrow ). So far, it’s only Prides Corner Drive In in Westbrook and Skowhegan Drive In Theatre.
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Kane Brown has already collaborated with a number of artists in his young career. But now he has his sights set on a music icon: Shania Twain.
"We've done so many pop collaborations recently, I think I want some country to finish this mixtape," Brown remarked during a chat with ET Canada, naming Twain in particular as a big name he dreams of working with.
Twain caught wind of his interest in working with her, and good news, it sounds like she's up for it!
"Let's do this!" Twain writes in a tweet
Dierks Bentley's has been quarantining in Colorado with his family, and communication from him is growing more sparse as time goes on.
"[We're] kinda just here indefinitely, I guess ... happy to be out here right now," . His social media coordinator has been on him to post more often, "but I'm like, 'Ah, I'm kind of just living right now ... the world is taking a little bit of a break, and I think we are, too.'"
Bentley chuckles at the thought of taking an early retirement and making the mountains his permanent home, though. He's still got his two dozen band and crew members on his payroll and is "looking forward to getting back out with the band and crew when I can," he stresses.
"I'm just concentrating on the things I can concentrate on right now, which is my family," the singer adds of what he's jokingly calling a "mid-career retirement," albeit a forced one. "I'm writing a lot of songs ... just concentrating on my family and my kids and my music."
Tomorrow night he'll take part in the Tito's Made to Order: South virtual music festival,. Dirks or Doug Douglason will play an acoustic, set from "a pretty beautiful outdoor space" near his current home in Colorado. Here’s why he’s doing it.
As part of the Made to Order festival, Tito's Handmade Vodka is donating $100,000 to World Central Kitchen, a nonprofit that responds to global crises with food for those in need.