After the enormous launch of their podcast “New Heights,” Travis Kelce (tight end of the Kansas City Chiefs) and his older brother Jason (center of the Philadelphia Eagles) will be hosting their first live rendition of the podcast at Kansas City Music Hall. The podcast began at the beginning of the 2022-2023 season and the duo quickly climbed their way to the top of the charts, becoming the most popular in the world for a stint.
On Apple Podcasts, New Heights currently ranks as the 134th most popular podcast in America. Along with this, they are the 6th most popular sports podcast and the 2nd most popular podcast in the States on Apple. On Spotify, they clock in as the 72nd most popular podcast and 3rd in the sports genre.
The two brothers are amongst the best at their respective positions and will no doubt be inducted into the Hall of Fame once they retire. New Heights held the top spot in the world in the week leading up to the duo facing off against each other in the Super Bowl. The live edition of the show will likely sell out, and they have hyped up the event by announcing an appearance from a surprise guest or two.
Here is a screenshot from Travis Kelce’s Instagram earlier today.
Last season, Travis caught 110 passes for 1338 yards and 12 touchdowns during the regular season and was named a Pro Bowler and a member of the All-Pro first team. In the postseason, he continued his dominance pulling in 27 passes for 257 yards and 4 touchdowns in the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl run.
On the flip side, Jason was also named to the Pro Bowl and the All-Pro first team. Along with this, he only committed six penalties throughout the entire regular season. He was an incredible veteran presence on the team and was a big part of them making their Super Bowl run. Although the team fell short of their Super Bowl aspirations, Jason announced that he would be returning in an attempt to bring the Lombardi back to Philadelphia next season.
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