Kane Brown’s Epic 30th Birthday Party: ‘R.I.P. 20s’
Kane Brown celebrated his 30th birthday over the weekend (10/21) with a party at his Nashville area home. The party marked the end of his 20s.
Kane’s wife, Katelyn, threw the Halloween costume party. She posted a video of what the party looked like with skull heads and dark-themed items everywhere, including a huge sign that said, “R.I.P. 20s.” The footage also showed Brown, dressed as a bloody football player, pushing Katekyn in a wheelchair as she dressed as an elderly person. She captioned the post, “I’ll celebrate you any day @kanebrown (party emoji). R.I.P. to your 20s, but can’t wait for all the years to come!”
Kane also posted a bunch of images from the fun party. He captioned his post on Instagram, “Thanks, baby, for an unforgettable 30th birthday above and beyond! Thanks for all the birthday wishes and everyone who came out to celebrate. Love you guys!”
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Brown and his wife, Katelyn, have a a new duet coming out. The couple posted a song clip on their Instagram and then deleted it. We caught a bit of the song before they removed it.
Kane sings, “Long after that sun burns out that sky/ Long after that ocean don’t turn the tide/ One thing is true, I’ll be loving you.” Katelyn joins in, “One day when the mountains and the valleys align/I’ll still be yours and you’ll still be mine/ One thing is true, I’ll be loving you.”
The couple then sing together the chorus, “A love like this will live on I know/ So even on the day that he calls me home/ no I won’t be far/ Even death won’t do us apart/I’m taking every day that forever will give, in this life and the life after this/ hang a hat on your heart/ Even death won’t do us apart.”
There’s no word about why they deleted the song clip from their Instagram accounts.
Their 2022 number-one song, “Thank God,” was the first country song by a married couple to chart at number one since Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s “It’s Your Love” in 1997.