Kameron Marlowe continues to thrill live audiences with his “signature smoky voice” (Grammy.com) in cities across the country as he extends hisI CAN LIE TOUR for 13 more stops throughout winter 2024. The tour, which kicked off with a sold out show on Oct. 26 in Los Angeles, will now run through March 1, with stops in Huntsville, Denver, Louisville and more.
Joining Marlowe’s lineup of special guests is up-and-comer Logan Crosby and Laci Kaye Booth, who add to an already stellar lineup of openers from the tours first leg – Elvie Shane, James McNair and Matt Schuster. Public on sale begins today, Friday, Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. CT.
After his I CAN LIE TOUR wraps in March, Marlowe will join Country superstar Lainey Wilson for the Australian leg of her Country’s Cool Again Tour as he takes the stage in Melbourne on March 20, 2024 and Sydney on March 22, 2024.
Just last week, Marlowe ushered in a new chapter of music with “Tennessee Don’t Mind,” an ode to his life on the road, which Billboard noted it “churns with the propulsive rhythm of a runaway horse” and highlights his “standout vocals, especially his upper register.” Of the song, Marlowe shared, “To me, Tennessee in this instance really represents Music City. There is a give and take with chasing this dream, and the past two years have been a whirlwind. There’s a lot of ‘life’ we miss out on being on the road – something no one prepares you for. I feel the most at home on the road and sometimes that’s the scary part.”
“Tennessee Don’t Mind” offers fans an intimate portrayal of his touring lifestyle as his distinctive “gravelly vocal” (Billboard) and a vibrant fiddle lead the way. The accompanying music video features Marlowe and his band heading out of Nashville on his bus during the dead of night. It poignantly captures the complexities of being in a new city of clamoring fans every night juxtaposed against the sobering truth of the isolating feelings that creep in when the stage lights dim.
Known to be one of the most recognizable voices in the format, Marlowe signed to Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville as a result of the success of his Platinum-certified hit, “Giving You Up,” and has since garnered over 680M+ on demand streams to date. Just last month, Marlowe featured on Megan Moroney’s deluxe album with the soul-stirring duet, “Fix You Too.”
Earlier this year, Marlowe graced the stage on tour with Luke Bryan and Jordan Davis. Tapped as an artist on the rise by Opry’s NextStage program and CMT’s Listen Up class, 2023 has proved to be a year like never before. Keep up with Marlowe on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok and visit KameronMarlowe.com for tour dates and more information.