At only 25 years of age, Kane Brown has managed to squeeze of lot of life into such a short period of time.

A product of social media success after receiving around 7 million views via Facebook when he released a cover of George Strait's "Check Yes or No", Kane Brown quickly moved into the limelight and has never looked back.

He actually grew up in Georgia and sang in his high school choir with Lauren Alaina but once out of school, moved to Tennessee.  Country music was his choice even as a youngster and after winning a talent show in the 11th grade by singing Chris Young's "Gettin' You Home," decided he wanted to pursue a music career.

Being of mixed race descent, Brown has been very open about his formative years that included physical abuse, poverty, homelessness and racism.  He's even spoke of the stereotyping he received because of his tattoos, but being focused on his dream, he managed to rise above it all to become one of the most talked about young stars in country music.

And Kane Brown is bringing his style of baritone country music to Bossier City on March 2nd, when he, Granger Smith, and newcomer Jimmie Allen, hit the Centurylink Center for the "Live Forever Tour."

Tickets start at $25.50 and go all the way up to $224 for some verified resale tickets in prime locations.  To purchase yours go to Ticketmaster.com