Kane Brown Reveals Crazy Facts About Himself, Like Why He Wears Socks at the Beach
Before kicking off his headlining The Worldwide Beautiful Tour in Dublin, Ireland, Kane Brown stopped by The Bobby Bones Show…
Kane Brown – The Bobby Bones Show
Before kicking off his headlining The Worldwide Beautiful Tour in Dublin, Ireland, Kane Brown stopped by The Bobby Bones Show to chat with Bones and his co-hosts about his songwriting, bringing his daughter, Kingsley Rose, on tour and much more.
During the nearly 30-minute long interview, Bones challenged co-host Amy Brown to play a round of “Fact or Fiction,” in which she had to guess if certain statements about the singer/songwriter were true or false. During the five-question round, Kane Brown revealed a few interesting things about himself, including that he can play Guitar Hero with his feet.
Bones, a self-admitted germaphobe, was clearly grossed out over the thought, Brown insisted it wasn’t a big deal.
“I always have socks on,” Brown confessed. “I never take my socks off. I always have clean feet.”
He went on to admit he even wears socks at the beach.
When Bones questioned what he does when his socks get dirty, Brown said, “I change my socks. I am particular about my feet, ask my wife. My wife will be like, ‘you’ve got the softest feet in the world.’ It’s kind of weird for a dude.”
Brown also opened up about meeting his wife for the first time in Orlando, Florida where they both ended up at Top Golf after one of his shows.
“I kind of didn’t say anything to her, just stared at her awkwardly,” he admitted. “We just knew a mutual friend and she ended up coming to the show.”
Check out the video above for more of Kane Brown on The Bobby Bones Show.
Brown’s appearance on the syndicated morning show came after the announcement that he would be performing at the 2020 iHeartCountry Festival alongside Sam Hunt, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Dustin Lynch and more. Tickets for the festival go on sale on Friday, Feb. 7 at 12 p.m. CT at TexasBoxOffice.com.
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