Kane Brown Becomes “Uber Driver Of Nashville” During Winter Storm

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While most of Music City is enjoying a rare snow day or two, country star Kane Brown is taking advantage of an opportunity to help some folks in his community.

In an Instagram story posted Monday (Jan. 15), Kane Brown‘s wife Katelyn shared that her husband was offering to help workers in the area who otherwise couldn’t get around due to the snow.

“Kane went to the gas station this morning and he has seen people working and he is giving them rides home from work,” Katelyn shared. “He gave them his number and told them to call whenever they get off work and he will give them rides home. So currently Kane is like the Uber driver of Nashville right now.”

But, it’s not all work for Kane. Katelyn also shared clips of the “Heaven” singer sledding with his daughter, Kingsley.

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Kane Brown has long been known for his generous spirit and is considered one of the nicest guys in the business.

In 2018, following the success of “Used To Love You Sober” and his tour with Florida Georgia Line, Brown shared that he was able to help his mom, Tabatha.

“My mom’s going through some things right now, and I’m trying to help her out,” Brown shared on the Ty, Kelly and Chuck Show. “My family goes through depression. I did buy her a car for her birthday a year ago, or two years ago. But something else I did, she’s been living in my Pop, which is her dad’s basement. She just moved into the basement, and she’s been really depressed. So I called her, and I was like, ‘Mom, I want to take care of you, so go pick out an apartment, whichever apartment you want.’ So she got an apartment.”

In 2021, after the successful release of his single “Worldwide Beautiful,” Kane donated $100,000 of the song’s proceeds to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. A longtime supporter of the organization, Brown also made a generous donation for a gymnasium renovation at an Ohio Boys & Girls Club facility.

In addition, Kane has been involved with the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign, Crown Royal’s Purple Bag Project, and other charitable ventures.

So, it comes as no surprise that Kane Brown is finding ways to help his community during the winter storm.