It’s set to be an eventful April for Kane Brown!

The multi-platinum entertainer will return as co-host of the 2023 CMT Music Awards alongside Kelsea Ballerini. Not only that, but Brown will also perform his single, “Thank God,” alongside his wife Katelyn Brown during the ceremony. 

“Kane Brown is a genre-defying force and an electric live performer who continues to break barriers and smash records. He and Kelsea are both seasoned pros and an unstoppable duo with mega charisma, star power and global appeal to match,”said the show’s producers in a statement. “We couldn’t pick a more dynamic pair to helm our show’s first-ever move to Austin in what is sure to be one of our most memorable yet – and can’t wait for him and Katelyn to share the stage for what will be an unforgettable, world premiere performance.”

In addition to hosting the CMT Awards, Brown will make his acting debut on the CBS show Fire Country. Brown will portray the role of Robin, who is described as an enigmatic, modern-day train hopper who helps injured patients at the scene of a crash.

“As soon as Kane stepped onto set it felt like he had been a part of the Fire Country family from the beginning,” said series star and co-creator Max Thieriot. “I was really blown away by how natural and honest he is in each scene. To top it off he’s just a wonderful person – kind, excited to learn and fun to be around… dude is the real deal!”

Brown’s episode of Fire Country is slated to air on, April 7 at 9 p.m. on CBS.