Many country music fans in Western New York are looking forward to 2022, which hopefully is the first year of uninterrupted concerts since 2019.

If you're looking forward to concerts to close out 2021, Cole Swindell will be performing at Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino this Saturday night, while Jon Langston will be at Showplace Theater in December, and Jordan Davis will be at Town Ballroom in December as well.

Do you remember the last country concert that took place in Buffalo before the pandemic shutdown? It was Kane Brown at KeyBank Center in early March of 2020.

Chris Lane and Russell Dickerson opened the show for Kane and it was a fantastic night for live music. What happened before the show was just as amazing.

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If you didn't know, Kane Brown and his wife Katelyn spent some time with rescue dogs from Pixie Mamas here in Western New York, before his show at KeyBank Center in March of 2020.

Pixie Mamas is a foster home-based nonprofit dog rescue in Western New York. Kane and his wife Katelyn asked if they could spend time with rescue dogs and Pixie Mamas was thrilled to help.

They even spent time with Chris Lane.

This is easily one of my all-time favorite moments ever for a country artist in Buffalo. Kane didn't stop there, however. He also played basketball at Hilbert College in Hamburg while he was in town.

Here's to hoping Kane comes back to Western New York soon. What a great day or two that was.

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