Get your devices charged up because this morning’s Good Morning America performance is one you will want to watch over and over again. Kane Brown and Marshmello debuted a new single in late June titled “One Thing Right” and it has been garnering streams like crazy. This morning, August 30th, the two artists created a once in a lifetime experience for fans. With a live all-immersive virtual reality performance of their song “One Thing Right,” you can bet the attendees won’t forget. Download the Melody VR app which uses virtual reality to get fans closer than ever to the music they love, including this morning’s concert in Central Park!
“It is time for the grand finale of our summer concert series and we are here with none other than country music superstar Kane Brown and chart-topping electronic artist DJ Marshmello,” said co-hosts Sara Haines and Cecilia Vega. “Racking up more than 200 million streams worldwide, here is Kane Brown and Marshmello with their smash “One Thing Right.”
Kicking off the morning, Brown and Marshmello brought an undeniable energy to the stage and they were dancing all around and interacting with fans. Singing their new song together, the fans were fired up. The electric chart-topping artist showed off his guitar skills while the country star sang with his incredible voice. The crowd joined the duo in singing the chorus, “Baby, I got one thing, right Baby, I got one thing right, I got you.” Also adding “Happier” into the setlist and with Marshmello balloons bouncing around, smoke coming up from the stage, and a great upbeat song, it was the perfect way to close out the summer concert series. Brown then slowed it down with his touching #1 song “Homesick,” where he had fans swaying back and forth.
The ladies caught up with the duo and asked how it was working together considering they both come from such different genres, in which Brown responded, “Mello is awesome. Very humble, awesome guy, awesome music, his fans are awesome, so it’s just cool to be apart of everything he’s done.” To have such a unique collaboration was such a perfect way to end the summer, although you can still watch them both live in concert on their tours throughout the end of the year, rolling into 2020.
You can catch Kane Brown and all the magic on Jason Aldean’s Ride All Night Tour at Jones Beach on September 6th.
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