Kane Brown Admits He Had Doubts About 'Bury Me in Georgia'

Country music superstar Kane Brown talks about his decision to release his new single "Bury Me in Georgia" after his No. 1 hit song "Thank God." Despite initial doubts, the song reached the top of the country charts, becoming Brown's tenth No. 1 song. Brown also discusses how his wife, Katelyn, and her mother reacted to the song's subject matter. The article also mentions that Evan Paul hosts a radio show called Taste of Country Nights, playing the best new country music and interviewing top stars. The article ends by discussing country songs inspired by parenthood and listing the snubs in the nominations for the 2023 CMA Awards. It also briefly describes Jimmy Buffett's former Palm Beach mansion.