‘Alaskan Bush People’ Daughter Rainy Attends Her First Concert, Shares Her Newfound Interest In Music

Rain Brown, the Alaskan Bush People star, happily shares a snippet of her attendance to an Eric Clapton concert recently. Prior to this, she revealed her newfound interest in music, sharing her long-kept secret on Instagram.

After years in the Alaskan Bush, Merry Christmas Katherine Raindrop “Rainy” Brown is starting to explore the bigger world around her. She is making sure her Alaskan Bush People fans are updated with her new discoveries. Lucky enough, most fans got to witness her first concert experience at Eric Clapton’s show.

The 14-year-old reality star attended the concert with her elder sister, Birdy. She described the whole concert experience as amazing.

“I was singing and screaming so loud my throat still hurts!” she wrote in her Instagram caption.

Meanwhile, the youngest Brown sibling added four hashtags in the photo – #stayhappy #staystrong #ericclapton2017 #firsttime. The two latter hashtags are evidently pertaining to her first concert experience but the first two hashtags send a subtle hint about what she is feeling right now.

Her mom, Ami’s, health is reportedly getting more critical each day. Rumor has it that she’s been lying on her deathbed for the longest time, which caused the entire production of Alaskan Bush People Season 8 to be halted.

I went to my very first concert last night and saw Eric Clapton! The show was amazing! I was singing and screaming so loud my throat still hurts! #stayhappy #staystrong #ericclapton2017 #firsttime

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Having these issues inside the family, including the added pressure coming from the media and their fans, the youngest of the Brown siblings might have decided to go out and release their emotions during the event. Such phrases – #stayhappy #staystrong – bear a strong message, especially with her ripe age of 14.

She’s been active on social media

On the other hand, as Rain checks off items on her “bucket list of first,” she’s also discovered her love for singing. Over the weekend, the Alaskan Bush People star has already shared two short videos of herself singing.

A person whom I hold very dear showed me this song a couple days ago, I hope you find what you are looking for and may God walk with you on your journey, and may you be reminded I am here to walk with you. forever love Rainy???? #love #song #movingon #stayhappy #staystong

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She first covered “I’m Moving On,” popularized by country group Rascal Flatts, September 18. According to InTouchWeekly, her videos were met with mixed reactions. Although the majority of fans were happy to hear her singing voice, some are more concerned of her frequent social media activity amid Ami’s battle against cancer. But the Alaskan Bush People daughter has remained unfazed by criticism and recently posted another cover of the song “Helpless” by Alexander Hamilton.

Helpless from Alexander Hamilton #stayhappy #staystrong #alexnderhamilton #singalong

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[Featured Image by Rainy Brown/Instagram]

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