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If there is anyone in country music that can empathize with Kane Brown right now, it’s his friend and tourmate Chris Young.
Chris’ new single “Drowning” was written after his dear friend passed away in a car accident, so during last night’s CMT Artists of the Year Awards ceremony, Chris dedicated the performance to Kane Brown’s late drummer Kenny Dixon.
I wrote this song about a friend of mine that passed away too soon in a car accident, so I empathize with Kane and what he’s going through, and I really appreciate him letting me stand up here tonight and sing this in honor of his friend Kenny.”
Thomas Rhett also dedicated his acceptance speech to Kane and Kenny, using the majority of his time to pray for them and their families.
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