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Kane Brown Collects an Award, Performs a Show (with His Girls!) and Racks Up Plaques — All on the Same Day (Exclusive)

On Thursday, Kane Brown was presented the CRB Artist Humanitarian Award at CRS Honors for his work with the Boys & Girls Club. He then performed at Cannery Ballroom in Nashville — joined by his pregnant wife, Katelyn Brown, and their daughters Kingsley and Kodi — where the RIAA honored Brown with his diamond certification for "Heaven" along with many other plaques, including one for 10 country radio No. 1s. Next up, Brown heads to the UK for the C2C: Country to Country festival this week, where he will headline the O2 in London on Friday.

Kudos for Kane

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CRB’s Kurt Johnson, Kane Brown and Frank Sanchez, National Vice President of Sports, Entertainment and Alumni Development at the Boys & Girls Club, pose together with the prize.

"When we think of the word humanitarianism, the definition of that as somebody who gives to the greater good of those in need. And when I met Kane Brown some five years ago when he came into the headquarters of Boys & Girls Club, I met a gentleman who said, 'I want to giveback to the greater good of kids,'" Sanchez said. "But over this past five years, when it comes to Kane, there’s a word missing in that definition, and the word is selfless. Kane is a humanitarian that gives selflessly to the kids of Boys & Girls Clubs and has done that for five years... over the past five years, I have nobody who has demonstrated that more than Kane Brown."

Picking Up the Prize

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Kane Brown collects his CRB Artist Humanitarian Award as Kurt Johnson looks on. The country star and Sanchez also announced the revitalization of a music studio in Texas that will be possible through a donation made by Brown.

All Smiles

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Kane Brown smiles during his show at Cannery Ballroom during the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville last week.

Hitting All the Right Notes

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The country singer performed a full set for an adoring crowd at the intimate venue.

Family Affair

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Brown was joined onstage by his wife, Katelyn Brown, to perform their No. 1 hit duet "Thank God." Elder daughter Kingsley Rose, 4, joined her parents onstage for the song.

Daddy-Daughter Moment

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Brown held Kingsley's hand while a pregnant Katelyn — the couple are expecting a son later this year — gave their daughter a squeeze as they wrapped up the duet. Meanwhile, younger daughter Kodi Rose, 2, hung out sidestage.

Plenty of Plaques

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Following the Nashville show, Brown was surprised with an array of plaques, celebrating everything from his hit "Heaven" reaching diamond certification, his self-titled album going three-times platinum to notching 10 No. 1s on the country charts.

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