Kameron Marlowe will embark on his headlining “We Were Cowboys Tour” this fall.
The tour will kick off in Nashville at the Brooklyn Bowl on Sept. 8, and singer-songwriter Wyatt McCubbin will join Marlowe on most dates. Tickets for the trek, which includes stops in New York City, Indianapolis, Baltimore, Little Rock, Chicago and more, can be purchased here.
The tour comes on the heels of the release of Marlowe’s debut album We Were Cowboys, out Aug. 26. Produced by Dann Huff and Brad Hill, the album features 16 tracks including his current, Gold-certified single “Giving You Up” and advance release “Girl on Fire.”
“I’m incredibly proud of this album and getting to hit the road in the fall to play them live is going to be so rewarding,” shares Marlowe. “I can’t wait to see y’all out there!”
Marlowe continues to achieve streaming and radio success, surpassing 350 million on-demand career streams. “Steady Heart,” Marlowe’s fastest-growing track to date, continues to gain traction on social media and reached No. 6 on SiriusXM The Highway’s Top 30 Countdown.
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