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Launches “Keepin' The Lights On Fund” to provide assistance to those in need, donates $1 from every ticket sold

Keepin' The Lights On, the sophomore album from “one of our greatest living country singers," is available everywhere

“Strangers” with Ella Langley impacting Country radio now

Touring powerhouse Kameron Marlowe has built his career on the road. Hailed as “one of our greatest living Country singers" (MusicRow), Marlowe's rock-infused, high energy live set has attracted crowds in droves— selling out over 40+ shows since the beginning of 2022. In support of his just released 16-track sophomore album Keepin' The Lights On (5/31), Marlowe announces today that his Keepin' The Lights On World Tour 2024 will kick off this fall for 22 stops nationwide, with dates across the globe to be announced soon. Tickets for the U.S leg go on sale this Friday, June 7 at 10:00 a.m. local time at

“Going out on my first world tour is something that's really hard to wrap my head around but I'm stoked,” shares Marlowe. “I'm excited for fans to hear this new record live and be back in cities I haven't been to in a while and a few new ones along the way! Thank you to all the fans who keep showing up, I couldn't do this without y'all!”

Marlowe also unveils the “Keepin' The Lights On Fund,” aimed at alleviating the burdens faced by those struggling to make ends meet. Dedicated to providing assistance with everyday essentials, the fund helps by paying electricity bills to keep the lights on, purchase shoes, clothing, groceries and other necessities. Rooted in compassion and a belief in the power of community, the fund strives to ensure a brighter future for those in need. For every ticket sold on the Keepin' The Lights On World Tour 2024, $1 is donated to the “Keepin' The Lights On Fund.”

“The KTLO fund is super special to me because in the song, I sing about my parents making sure we had shoes on our feet and food on our plates,” adds Marlowe. “Times are tough out there and I wanted to pay it forward where I can!”

The Kannapolis, N.C native just wrapped his 13-stop Strangers Tour with special guest Tucker Wetmore, which sold out venues coast-to-coast, and now he looks ahead to some of the summer's hottest fairs and festivals like Carolina Country Music Festival, CMA Fest, Country Summer Music Festival and Country Concert 2024. Having performed over 200+ shows in the last two years of his career, he's also opened for artists such as Thomas Rhett, Riley Green, Lainey Wilson and many more, with performances at high-profile festivals including Stagecoach, Country to Country, CMC Rocks, Windy City Smokeout and Watershed.

The 16-track collection, Keepin' The Lights On, cements Marlowe as a true force in today's Country music landscape as a triple-threat singer, songwriter and performer blazing his own path, marked by his distinctively soulful and “formidable” (Billboard) vocals. The album comes just days after his “steamy, well-produced twist of a ballad” (Country Central) “Strangers” hit Country radio airwaves, nabbing 36 first-week stations, a career high for Marlowe.

The album that the ACM New Male Artist of the Year nominee will soon bring to fans across the country kicks off with the 90s infused honky-tonk banger “911” before his rip-roaring vocals hit the gas in “Nothin' Slowin' Us Down.” “Never Really Know” touches on the reality of addiction and the hidden struggles people face, while “I Can Run” - accompanied by an all-new music video - is a celebration of rebuilding one's sense of self. In “Quit You,” he makes an explicit connection between the song that started it all, “Giving You Up,” and his current state of mind. The heart-wrenching “Strangers” with Ella Langley stands tall as the album's lead single, while the waltz-infused rhythm of “High Hopes” feels the sting, yet the bright side of love lost. To Marlowe, if his second album is a statement of purpose, the culmination comes with the title track, “Keepin' The Lights On.” He appreciatively revisits the unconditional sacrifices that his parents made during his childhood, as he promises himself to push past the doubts and fears that accompany chasing one's dream. The tracklist plays like a perfect setlist from start to finish as Marlowe wears his heart on his sleeve, revealing vulnerability in a way he's never done before.

Keepin' The Lights On Tour
July 31, 2024 in Fort Collins, Colo. at New Belgium Brewing Company
Sept. 4, 2024 in Kansas City, Mo. at Midland Theatre ^
Sept. 14, 2024 in Chicago, Ill. at Joe's Live ~
Sept. 19, 2024 in Ottawa, Ont. at The Bronson Centre ~
Sept. 20, 2024 in Buffalo, N.Y. at Town Ballroom ~
Sept. 21, 2024 in Pittsburgh, Pa. at Stage AE ~
Sept. 23, 2024 in Toronto, Ont. at Phoenix Concert Theatre ~
Sept. 27, 2024 in Des Moines, Iowa at Val Air Ballroom *
Sept. 28, 2024 in St. Louis, Mo. at The Factory *
Sept. 29, 2024 in Springfield, Mo. at Gillioz Theatre *
Oct. 3, 2024 in Baltimore, Md. at Rams Head Live ^
Oct. 4, 2024 in Norfolk, Va. at The NorVa ^
Oct. 11, 2024 in Sayreville, N.J. at Starland Ballroom *
Oct. 12, 2024 in Boston, Mass. at Roadrunner *
Oct. 13, 2024 in New York, N.Y. at Webster Hall *
Oct. 18, 2024 in Baton Rouge, La. at Texas Club ~
Oct. 26, 2024 in Nashville, Tenn. at Ryman Auditorium = <
Nov. 1, 2024 in Dallas, Texas at The Factory in Deep Ellum +
Nov. 3, 2024 in Houston, Texas at House of Blues +
Nov. 7, 2024 in Richmond, Va. at The National ~
Nov. 9, 2024 in Newport, Ky. at MegaCorp Pavilion ~
Dec. 6, 2024 in Charlotte, N.C. at Coyote Joe's ~

* with Jake Worthington
^ with Vincent Mason
< with Owen Riegling
+ with Mitchell Ferguson
= with Wyatt McCubbin
~ support TBA

1. “911” (Wyatt McCubbin/John Pierce/Micah Wilshire)
2. “Nothin' Slowin' Us Down” (Kameron Marlowe/Mitchell Tenpenny/Rob Williford/Dallas Wilson)
3. “On My Way Out” (Michael Hardy/Ben Johnson/Hunter Phelps/Taylor Phillips/Bobby Pinson)
4. “Never Really Know” (Kameron Marlowe/James McNair)
5. “Tennessee Don't Mind” (Charles Kelley/Daniel Tashian)
6. “Leaning On You” (Kameron Marlowe/Erik Dylan/Wyatt McCubbin/Taylor Phillips)
7. “I Can Run” (Tucker Beathard/Oscar Charles Gnaedig/Ben Roberts)
8. “High Hopes” (Josh Osborne/Trevor Rosen/Brad Tursi)
9. “One That I Don't Call” (Wyatt McCubbin/James McNair/John Pierce)
10. “Lock Me Up” (Ben Johnson/Jordan Minton/Hunter Phelps/Taylor Phillips)
11. “Will It Be There in the Morning” (Kameron Marlowe/Mitchell Tenpenny/Dallas Wilson)
12. “Quit You” (Kameron Marlowe/James McNair/John Pierce)
13. “Smaller” (Erik Dylan/Wyatt McCubbin)
14. “Strangers (with Ella Langley)” (Kameron Marlowe/Ella Langley/Will Bundy/Chase McGill)
15. “Broke Down in a Truck” (Taylor Baynum/Nathan Justis/David Micheal/Colby Williford)
16. “Keepin' the Lights On” (Kameron Marlowe/Kendell Marvel/Phil O'Donnell)
With a voice that resonates like thunder in the heart of Nashville, Kameron Marlowe is hailed as one of Country music's most thrilling voices. He's been through some changes in his 26 years, from adapting to life on the road to achieving RIAA Platinum-certified status and gracing stages alongside Country music juggernauts. Raised in Kannapolis, N.C, Marlowe's musical journey began in church choirs and high school bands. After leaving college to support his family, he gained traction online and moved to Music City. His self-written viral hit “Giving You Up,” born from personal heartache, catapulted him into the spotlight before striking a deal with Sony Music Nashville. His debut album We Were Cowboys followed suit and garnered both critical acclaim and two GOLD-certified tracks, earning him recognition from industry tastemakers and streaming platforms alike. As his profile has grown, he's sold out headlining shows coast to coast and has toured with the likes of Thomas Rhett, Riley Green, Morgan Wallen and Lainey Wilson. He's known for delivering high impact performances, with all the energy of a true rock show.

And now, his evolution unfolds further on his 16-track output, Keepin' The Lights On, out now, while his red-hot single, “Strangers” with Ella Langley spins at Country radio. The scope and maturity of the album establish him as a true force in today's Country music—a triple-threat singer, songwriter, and performer blazing his own path, marked by his distinctively soulful and resonant vocals. It's a journey that delves deep into the human experience, touching on themes of mental health, battling feelings of inadequacy and the relentless pursuit of success. Marlowe lays it all on the line, revealing vulnerability in a way he's never done before. Rooted in unapologetic risk, fueled by vulnerability, and thoughtfully presented in concept like a perfect setlist from start to finish, Marlowe achieves connection through a ride of uniqueness that swerves the normal comfort zone. His sophomore album, developed from over 200 shows in the last two years, is the culmination of Marlowe's steadfast dedication, and fans will soon see first-hand his tireless commitment to his craft, not only on the road, but also in the studio. “If I can continue to be this personal in my writing, I feel like it will connect to people in a deeper way,” he shares. “That's all I want to do. And when you go deeper with yourself, you can connect deeper with other people.”


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