Country artist Dylan Marlowe has announced his 2024 headlining “Dirt Road When I Die Tour.”
The trek will kick off in Mobile, Alabama on Feb. 1. Marlowe has only declared dates for the first two weekends of the tour so far, with plans to surprise fans with the additional stops later on. The tour is named after his debut EP, Dirt Road When I Die, which released over the summer. The collection features “You Were Right (Nat’s Song),” a song he released as a surprise for his now-wife on their wedding day in May, as well as his single “Record High.”
Marlowe is currently on the road serving as support for Hardy‘s “The Mockingbird & The Crow Tour” alongside Lainey Wilson. He will open for the country rocker tonight at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium as part of their three-night run in Music City, which began yesterday (Oct. 26). Marlowe also recently toured with Jordan Davis and Scotty McCreery, and will open a show for Morgan Wallen this fall.
Additionally, he just released his new single “Boys Back Home,” featuring his friend and former tour-mate Dylan Scott.
“I wrote ‘Boys Back Home’ with Joe Fox and Seth Ennis because I got homesick when I moved to Nashville and missed all of my friends back home,” says Marlowe. “Dylan Scott took me on my first tour and I ended up showing him the song on the road. He loved it and I ended up asking him to sing on it with me. A year and a half in the making and I’m excited for the fans to finally have it!”
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