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December 5, 2023

TENILLE TOWNES DEBUTS “TRAIN TRACK WORKTAPES” DOCUMENTARY

BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT GUERRILLA-STYLE RECORDING PROCESS LIVESTREAMS TONIGHT

PERFORMS ON “CMT CAMPFIRE SESSIONS: CHRISTMAS EDITION” 12/6

Reigning CCMA Female Artist of the Year and ACM Award winner Tenille Townes will debut “Train Track Worktapes: The Documentary” tonight (12/5) during a[pp;; special livestream event (7:00 p.m. ET / 6:00 p.m. CT). Tune in HERE.

A behind-the-scenes look at the making of her roots-driven Train Track Worktapes EP, the documentary follows Townes on board the CP Holiday Train where the rhythm and rattle of the very train she traveled on became a source of infinite inspiration.

Train Track Worktapes, whose title harkens back to her stripped-down debut release Living Room Worktapes, was conceptualized, written, and recorded entirely during Townes’ experience on the CP Holiday Train. Covering more than 3,000 miles throughout southern Canada, Townes and her band played more than 65 shows in just over two weeks, sometimes in temperatures as low as -24◦F, right on the train as hydraulic doors lowered and became a stage. The CP Holiday Train benefits local food banks when their need is greatest, as each attendee brings donations to catch the free concert.

Townes, a producer on the project alongside guitarist Jaxon Hargrove, and her band got resourceful with their setup. A suitcase turned into a kickdrum. Tin foil and paper bowls became a shaker. Teacups made the perfect substitute for a triangle. They used boxed wine to cover air vents, so the sound didn’t bleed into the recordings. They borrowed equipment and microphones from the train cars housing the stage and gear and recorded mainly in the train’s caboose, sometimes capturing takes in 20-minute spurts between shows. In “Train Track Worktapes: The Documentary,” fans can watch the magic unfold.

The entertainer returns to the CP Holiday train this year, joining with BRELAND to visit towns around the northern United States through Dec. 11. See the full schedule here.

Townes is also set to appear in “CMT Campfire Sessions: Christmas Edition” tomorrow (12/6) airing at 9:00 p.m. ET / 8:00 p.m. CT on CMT where she’ll share Christmas traditions, what’s on her Christmas list, and perform a mix of traditional carols and original Christmas songs.

Stay in touch with Townes via her Facebook, X, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok.

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November 15, 2023

KANE BROWN JOINS ELVIS PRESLEY ON THE HOLIDAY CLASSIC “BLUE CHRISTMAS”

LISTEN HERE & WATCH THE LYRIC VIDEO HERE!

BROWN TO PERFORM ON NBC’S ‘CHRISTMAS AT GRACELAND’

BROWN’S IN THE AIR TOUR SET TO KICK OFF IN 2024; TICKETS ON SALE NOW

– Multi-platinum, 5X AMA award-winning entertainer Kane Brown joins the legendary Elvis Presley for a one-of-a-kind duet of Presley’s classic holiday hit “Blue Christmas” (listen here/watch the lyric video here). 

In celebration of the track, Brown is set to perform on NBC’s all-new unprecedented special ‘Christmas At Graceland,’ which airs live on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on NBC and simulcast on Peacock.  The star-studded array of music’s most in-demand performers will come together to celebrate the legacy of Elvis Presley and the spirit of the holiday season. In addition to Brown, Alanis Morissette, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves, Lainey Wilson, Lana Del Rey, Post Malone, and The War And Treaty will each pay tribute to Elvis with exclusive, one-of-a-kind performances from inside the Graceland estate. Through these spectacular performances, viewers will be invited to witness firsthand the legacy and spirit of this treasured family home.  “Christmas at Graceland” is the first televised concert from the estate and will feature never before broadcast footage of Elvis.

In September, Brown released his latest single, “I Can Feel It.”  “I Can Feel It” is the follow up to Brown’s 10th career #1 at Country radio, “Bury Me In Georgia” and his 2X platinum, #1 hit, “Thank God” with Katelyn Brown.

Next year, Brown will embark on his highly anticipated In The Air Tour.  The upcoming tour will kick off in March and hit 29 cities along the way including Newark, Toronto, Las Vegas, and Atlanta, before wrapping in Arlington, TX at Globe Life Field on September 14. Brown will wrap the tour with 5 major stadium shows including returning to the iconic Fenway Park in Boston, where earlier this year he made history as the first black artist to sell-out a headlining show there in the venue’s over 100 year history. Support for the tour will come from Tyler Hubbard, Jon Pardi, Chris Young, Bailey Zimmerman, Cole Swindell, Parmalee, LOCASH, and RaeLynn. Visit kanebrownmusic.com for a full list of tour dates and ticket information

ABOUT KANE BROWN

Named “the future of country music” (Billboard), multi-platinum-selling, award-winning singer/songwriter Kane Brown first broke onto the scene with the arrival of his self-titled, 2X Platinum debut album (2016), where he became the first artist ever to lead all five of Billboard’s main country charts simultaneously and topped the Billboard Top Country Albums chart for 13 weeks and  earned two of the most-streamed country songs of all time (chart-topping singles 9X Platinum “Heaven,” 7X Platinum “What Ifs”). His album Experiment (2018) hit #1 on the Billboard Top 200 all genre list-becoming the first country artist in more than 24 years to top the chart with a sophomore album. Brown released his multi-song project Mixtape Vol. 1– which earned Brown an ACM Award nomination for Album of the Year (2021) and an ACM win for “Video of the Year.” 

Named to Time’s 100 most influential people in the world (2021), Brown has ascended from independently built social media notability to an ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee (2023) and has become one of country music’s most accomplished mainstays and global entertainers. He has earned ten chart-topping No. 1 singles at Country radio, headlined internationally sold out tours and stadium dates, and garnered a series of milestones that continue to expand the perception of country music and break musical boundaries from being named to the Time100 list (2021) to becoming the first black artist in history to headline and sell out Boston’s historic Fenway Park (2023) to his win ACM Video of the Year (2021) and multiple CMA, ACM, Billboard, AMA, CMT and People’s Choice Award nominations, with The NY Times noting, “Kane Brown didn’t fit the country music mold. So he made his own.”

About Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley is one of the most influential pop culture figures of the 20th century. Often referred to as the “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Elvis’ commanding voice and charismatic stage presence unleashed a musical and cultural revolution that changed the world. Over the course of his extraordinary career, Elvis was nominated for 14 Grammy Awards (3 wins), sold over 1 billion records worldwide, received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and was named “One of the Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Nation” by the United States Jaycees, as well as the 2018 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. In addition to his musical accolades, Elvis starred in 33 films and made numerous television appearances.

More than 60 years after his global debut, Elvis’ legacy is stronger than ever. His life and music have inspired countless hit musicals, movies and TV series’, fiction and non-fiction books, musical covers, and commercial endorsements, as well as a robust merchandise program spanning collectibles and fashion collaborations. Last summer, Warner Bros. Pictures’ epic big screen drama, ELVIS, from filmmaker Baz Luhrmann starring Tom Hanks and Austin Butler debuted in theaters globally and for Christmas 2023 NBC will broadcast Live from Graceland for the first time ever.

An enduring symbol of “The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s” stardom, Graceland, Elvis’ Memphis home, is the second most-visited home in the United States after the White House, drawing over 600,000 visitors annually and tens of thousands of fans for its Elvis Week celebration. With more than 17 million fans across social media and a growing multimedia presence, the “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” continues to inspire today’s most influential musicians, designers, entertainers, and social influencers and captivate audiences around the world.

For more information, visit elvisthemusic.com. Shop Elvis products at shopelvis.com.  

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November 10, 2023

SONY MUSIC NASHVILLE CONGRATULATES

LUKE COMBS

ON RECEIVING HIS 7TH GRAMMY NOMINATION!

LUKE COMBS

BEST COUNTRY SOLO PERFORMANCE – “FAST CAR”

ALSO NOMINATED:

“In Your Love” – Tyler Childers

“Buried” – Brandy Clark

“The Last Thing On My Mind” – Dolly Parton

“White Horse” – Chris Stapleton 

THE 66TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS AIR LIVE ON CBS ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2024, AT 8:00PM ET/7:00PM CT/5:00PM PT

FOR A FULL LIST OF NOMINATIONS, PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE ATTACHED DOCUMENT OR VISIT WWW.GRAMMY.COM

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November 10, 2023

BEN GOLDSMITH SHARES MESSAGE OF ENCOURAGEMENT WITH NEW SONG, “HOLD ON TO ME”

WRAPS OPENING STINT ON SWITCHFOOT’S “THE BEAUTIFUL LETDOWN TOUR” THIS WEEKEND

Pop, genre-bending singer-songwriter Ben Goldsmith released his latest song today, “Hold On To Me.” Written and produced by Goldsmith, the song provides a message of encouragement for when life gets tough. Goldsmith performed all the instruments on the track as well. Listen here.

“I’m choosing to release ‘Hold On To Me’ because now more than ever, I feel that the world needs positivity, love, and light. This song is about letting people you love know that you’ll be there for them in challenging times,” Goldsmith said. “On a personal note, I want to dedicate the song to my twin little sisters. My mom has been ill on and off for two years and they have endured a lot for a young age. We leaned on one another to get though a lot of her illness. I love them so much. I hope everyone has someone they can hold on to during tough times.”

“Hold On To Me” arrives on the heels of the 17-year-old songsmith’s debut album, The World Between My Ears, which was released in September. Goldsmith co-wrote each of the 15 tracks on the album. The project includes his recently released song “Blown Away,” which is impacting Adult Album Alternative radio now. The World Between My Ears is a result of the singer traveling back and forth to Nashville during the Covid years to write songs, create his own sound, and woodshed in the studio with Brad Jones (Hayes Carll, Chuck Prophet, Ron Sexsmith), who he co-produced the project with. The album illustrates Goldsmith’s broad, melody driven and soulful musical palette.

2023 is shaping up to be a breakout year for Goldsmith, who was named to The Hollywood Reporter’s “Emerging Artists 18 and Under” club for music this year. In June, just after Goldsmith graduated from high school (a year early), he announced his signing to Sony Music Nashville. He was offered a record deal on the spot after he performed for several executives last year. At the time, he was only 16 years old and without any major social media following. On the same day he announced his label signing, he shared that he penned deals with UTA and Universal Music Publishing Group Nashville as well.

The following week, the singer-songwriter took the stage at the iconic music festival, Bonnaroo. Goldsmith recently wrapped his opening stint on Jack Botts’s “Sucker for Sunsets North American Tour.” He appeared on several tour dates with Patty Griffin this fall, and is currently touring alongside Switchfoot.

Goldsmith’s musical journey started at four years old (where his violin teacher discovered he had perfect pitch) and has included jazz guitar studies at The Manhattan School of Music and Mannes College of Music in NY. Ben recorded an EP of original music at 11 years old and played all of the instruments. He developed a commanding onstage presence performing live in School of Rock programs, local community events, fairs and clubs by the time he was 12 years old. At 13 he perfected his guitar skills with Tomo Fujita, whose teaching résumé includes Berklee College of Music and John Mayer.

With a natural yet extraordinary gift for singing and songwriting and a passion for performing, Ben is blazing his own Converse-paved trail. For more information on Goldsmith, visit BenGoldsmith.net, and to watch past live performances, visit his YouTube.

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November 3, 2023

KAMERON MARLOWE’S “TENNESSEE DON’T MIND”: A LOVE LETTER TO LIFE ON THE ROAD 

The video highlights the juxtaposition of a fast-paced, high-energy life on the road, with the solitude that follows returning home Marlowe’s 13-stop headlining I Can Lie Tour continues nationwide

Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville’s standout Country star Kameron Marlowe brings his “signature smoky voice”(Grammy.com) to the forefront with his new single, “Tennessee Don’t Mind,” available everywhere now. Written by Charles Kelly and Daniel Tashian, the gritty track with a wild frontier-like instrumentation takes you on a cinematic journey through Marlowe’s push and pull relationship with the place he calls home.

WATCH: “TENNESSEE DON’T MIND” MUSIC VIDEO 

“To me, Tennessee in this instance really represents Music City,” admits Marlowe. “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. The music just consumes you and sometimes it’s hard to get out of your own head.”

Resonating like a woman who holds a man’s heart in her hands, the enduring pull of Tennessee remains steadfast to Marlowe, echoing a feeling often seen by artists who commit their lives to music. Nashville’s unwavering allure continues to draw him back time and time again, despite all the sacrifice and hardships that come along with chasing a career on the road as his “gravelly vocal” (Billboard) and rip-roaring fiddle lead the way.

The new single ushers in Marlowe’s next chapter of music, accompanied by a music video shot on his bus with his long-time band who all hail from his home state of North Carolina. As they head out of Nashville during the dead of night, the video highlights the complexities of life on the road and all the highs and lows that come with it. From the thrill of fans cheering your name and echoing lyrics back to you, to the video’s end as Marlowe faces the stark reality and 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 and has now embarked on his 13-stop headlining I Can Lie Tour with special guests Elvie Shane, James McNair and Matt Schuster. 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 FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube and TikTok and visit KameronMarlowe.com for tour dates and more information.

ABOUT KAMERON MARLOWE:

Fusing steel-toed toughness with a visceral approach to songwriting, Kameron Marlowe’s sound is built around edgy electric twang, smoldering shades of gritty rock and a touch of bluesy tenderness, living comfortably in the darker corners of the honky tonk.

Launching onto the music scene with unstoppable momentum fueled by his Platinum-certified debut release “Giving You Up,” Marlowe delivered his debut album We Were Cowboys, in 2022 produced by Dann Huff. The critically acclaimed collection includes Platinum-certified debut release “Giving You Up” and Gold-certified hit “Burn ‘Em All,” was one of 2022’s top streaming country albums on Spotify, and named one of the year’s best by Raised Rowdy and Entertainment Focus. Named to CMT’s 2023 Listen Up class of exciting new talent and the Opry NextStage program, Marlowe was also previously highlighted as One to Watch by Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, and more than a dozen media outlets. Now, Marlowe begins his sophomore chapter of music with “Tennessee Don’t Mind,” an ode to the complex intersection of a life on the road full of fans screaming your name, and the quiet solitude of returning home. The single that showcases the North Carolina native’s “gravelly voice” (Billboard) drops as Marlowe’s headlining I CAN LIE TOUR continues nationwide, following recent tours with Luke Bryan and Jordan Davis earlier this year. Marlowe heads into 2024 with more live shows and new music announcing soon, visit kameronmarlowe.com for updates and to stay connected. 

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November 3, 2023

KARLEY SCOTT COLLINS REVEALS THAT NOT ALL DIAMONDS LEAD TO HAPPILY EVER AFTER IN NEW TRACK “HEAVY METAL”

OUT NOW

Singer-songwriter Karley Scott Collins puts the “real in reality” with the release of the haunting and honest track, “Heavy Metal.” Listen here.

Using her artistry and soulful grit, Collins sheds light on the heart-wrenching truths of a woman settling in a broken marriage. What was once a symbol of commitment, love, and promises quickly turns into a “Heavy Metal” weighing her down.

She’s lying to herself / Saying she’s fine / But she’s crying on the bathroom floor / That rock on her left hand’s weighing her down / But I guess she’ll settle / Wearing heavy metal”

“‘Heavy Metal’ is absolutely the most specific and personal song I’ve written and released to this point,” shared Collins. “One Wednesday afternoon a few months ago, one of my closest friends FaceTimed me in tears, sitting in her living room with a bottle of wine because her husband had done something selfish again, and it wasn’t the first time I’d gotten that call. She married someone too young, that she didn’t know well enough yet, and she felt alone – and it was really difficult to watch someone I love feel that way. I’ve seen the good side of marriage from my parents, but I’ve also seen the bad side through my friend, and some of my family, and I wanted to write about that because I think some people needed to hear that they’re not alone in what they’re going through.”

The track focuses on its strong lyrics, where Collins’ searing vocal stands strong against stark instrumentation. Collins shares producer credits with Nathan Chapman.

“We recorded a more rock version, and when it was finished, we went back in and stripped it all to the basics. ‘Less is more’ definitely meant a lot with this one, and putting the focus on the words and the story was the most important thing,” she said.

The release caps off a busy year for the songstress—from making her CMA Fest debut to touring with Larry Fleet, Collins has forged a path with a bright future ahead. Keep up with Collins on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube, and her website to learn more about her upcoming plans for 2024.

ABOUT KARLEY SCOTT COLLINS:

When Karley Scott Collins moved to Nashville from her hometown of Lake City, Fla., she arrived armed with her words – turns of phrase she’d fallen in love with, stories told to her by friends and family, and lyrics she’d jotted down in notebooks since she was 12. It’s Karley’s rich and emotionally soulful voice – an instrument that toes the line between wide-eyed wonder and world-weary knowledge – that anchors their messages. At their focal points, her songs are wrapped in lush instrumentation, neatly folding in her myriad musical influences like The Eagles, Stevie Nicks, Leonard Cohen, and Willie Nelson. Backed by Warner Chappell Publishing and Sony Nashville, her debut releases, “Heavenly” and “Tattoos,” struck a chord with critics upon release last year. Now that her debut collection Hands on the Wheel has been released, Karley has revealed a deeper look into her story and her ability to connect her past influences with her fresh take on Country music.

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November 3, 2023

COREY KENT HOLDS TRUE TO WHEN YOU KNOW, YOU KNOW ON HIS LATEST TRACK “YOU KNOW”

OUT NOW – LISTEN HERE

Kent Just Wrapped 42-City Tour With Jason Aldean

Set To Join Ashley McBryde & Parker McCollum On The Road In 2024

They say “when you know, you know” and Corey Kent proves that he knows just what he’s doing on his latest song, “You Know.” The observant and steadfast Texas troubadour embodies a softer side on his new track to unveil the small, intimate moments that make him fall more in love with his wife every day.  The release sees another side to the singer-songwriter—one that draws back the curtains and invites listeners into the raw, emotional storytelling that Kent is proud of. (Listen Here/Watch the Visualizer Here).

“‘You Know’ is about my wife, Dayna,” says Kent. “Every line. Every detail. Every word. The chorus gives some insight into how our relationship started & the verses consist of a bunch of little things I’ve learned about her over the years that make me fall more in love her as time goes on. Didn’t have to use my imagination to embellish a single thing. Just had to study her over the years & write it all down.”

Earlier this year, Kent released his major label debut album, BLACKTOP. The project features Kent’s #1 certified platinum single “Wild As Her,” which has amassed over 375 million streams and helped garner a nomination for Breakthrough Male Video of the Year at the 2023 CMT Awards as well as a People’s Country Choice Award nomination for New Artist of 2023.

2023 has been a busy year for Kent, the adventure-seeking road veteran joined Parker McCollum on tour, played multiple festivals and recently wrapped being on the road for Jason Aldean’s 42-city Highway Desperado tour playing in front of 15,000+ people a night.  To close out the year, he will headline shows of his own.  Kent will start 2024 in the UK to play some shows with Ashley McBride and then join up with friend Parker McCollum for 39 dates in the states starting in February.  For more information about the tours, please visit: https://www.coreykentofficial.com/#tour.

About Corey Kent:

Corey Kent finds himself musically at the intersection of rock infused country, heartland values, and red dirt grit. Still in his 20’s, he built the foundation of a fanbase, has been developing his show for 15 years, and is now positioned as one of country music’s next breakout artists nationwide. Drawing inspiration from The Eagles, Keith Richards, Turnpike Troubadours and more, Kent strives to build an undeniable stage presence and his bandana-wearing Rock ‘N’ Roll spirit comes to life on the stage.

Kent released his album BLACKTOP this past June. The 10-track album features writing credits from Kent himself as well as Morgan Wallen, Ryan Hurd, Kelly Archer, Lydia Vaughan and more with production from Jay Joyce and Chris Farren and is an actual representation of various pieces of Kent’s life and the next evolution of his sound.

With nearly 400 million career streams, Kent was named as a CMT Listen Up Artist for 2023, a Pandora Artist to Watch The Opry Next Stage Class of 2023, Sirius XM Class of 2022 and was nominated for an AIMP Nashville Country Awards for AIMP Rising Artist-Writer of the Year.

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October 27, 2023

DYLAN MARLOWE TEAMS UP WITH DYLAN SCOTT ON NEW TRACK, “BOYS BACK HOME,” OUT NOW

ANNOUNCES HEADLINE DIRT ROAD WHEN I DIE TOUR FOR 2024

MARLOWE SET TO OPEN FOR HARDY TONIGHT IN NASHVILLE AS PART OF THREE NIGHT RUN IN MUSIC CITY

Rising singer-songwriter Dylan Marlowe debuted his latest track today, “Boys Back Home.” Marlowe enlisted his friend and former tourmate, Dylan Scott, to join him on the track. Listen here.

“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,” Marlowe said. “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!”

Last week, Marlowe announced his headlining DIRT ROAD WHEN I DIE TOUR for 2024. The tour will kick off in Mobile, AL on February 1. Marlowe has only announced dates for the first two weekends of the tour so far, with plans to surprise fans with the additional cities he’ll be stopping by later on.

The songsmith is currently touring alongside HARDY on his the mockingbird and THE CROW FALL TOUR with Lainey Wilson. Marlowe will open for HARDY tonight at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium as part of their three-night run in Music City, which began last night. He has also recently toured with Jordan Davis and Scotty McCreery and will open a show for Morgan Wallen this fall.

Named one of Spotify’s 2023 Hot Country Artists to Watch, Marlowe shared his debut EP Dirt Road When I Die this summer. Billboard noted that the project “ranges from banjo-flecked country to headbanger tones with tight, edgy harmonies certifying his country roots.” Dirt Road When I Die features the soaring title track plus “You Were Right (Nat’s Song),” which Marlowe released as a surprise for his now-wife on their wedding day in May. Country Now lauded his “raw, consoling vocals” on the song, noting that the “elegant piano melody takes the ballad to new heights.” Another buzzworthy song on the project,“Record High,” was praised by MusicRow as “Moody and haunting. The soundscape ripples with dobro, muted percussion and chimed electronics. His broken-hearted delivery aches with sincerity. Excellent work.”

In addition to releasing his debut EP, the year of firsts continued with Marlowe making his Grand Ole Opry debut this summer. For more updates on Marlowe, visit DylanMarloweMusic.com.

About Dylan Marlowe

Statesboro, Georgia native Dylan Marlowe is Nashville’s newest rising star on the country music scene, where he comes likely wearing camouflage and an audible smile, equipped with a sound that blends traditional country themes with a touch of rock. Dylan found his way to Nashville just before the start of the pandemic but made lemonade from lemons, filling his days with songwriting, networking, and finetuning his craft. After Dylan shared a performance of his countrified rewrite of the Olivia Rodrigo hit “Driver’s License” to social media, people really started paying attention. The clip immediately quadrupled his TikTok following and has racked up over a million views on YouTube to date. The enthusiasm surrounding the track prompted him to release it to streaming services, followed by his own infectious tunes like “All About It” and “I’ll Keep The Country.” Meanwhile, the hustler was lending his penmanship to other artists as well, earning him his first No. 1 as a songwriter for Jon Pardi’s “Last Night Lonely.”

The Spotify Hot Country Artist to Watch for 2023 burst into the year with “arguably his best work yet” (Outsider), “Record High.” MusicRow deemed the explosive new track “Moody and haunting…His broken-hearted delivery aches with sincerity. Excellent work.” The track was part of his debut EP, Dirt Road When I Die, which he released this summer.Dylan appear on select tour dates with Jordan Davis and Scotty McCreery this past summer and is currently on the road with HARDY on his “the mockingbird and THE CROW” tour this fall, along with Lainey Wilson. Drawing from influences like Kenny Chesney, Eric Church and Cody Johnson, Dylan is carving out his own creative niche that he’s filling with music that fans will readily identify with the name Dylan Marlowe.

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October 23, 2023

RESTLESS ROAD ANNOUNCE 2024 LAST RODEO HEADLINE TOUR

With Special Guest Erin Kinsey

Today, buzzworthy trio Restless Road announce their 2024 Last Rodeo Headline Tour.  The nine-city tour will see the guys kicking off their year in support of their debut album Last Rodeo, which was released just this past Friday (Listen here).  The Last Rodeo Tour will start in Atlanta, GA on January 11, 2024 and culminated in Detroit, MI on January 27, 2024 making stops in New York City, Nashville, Minneapolis and more. Special guest Erin Kinsey will be joining the trio on the road.

Tickets for the tour will be available to the public starting this Friday, October 27th at 10:00AM local time with various pre-sales starting on Tuesday, January 24th.  For more information on where to purchase tickets, please visit www.restlessroad.com.

Last Rodeo Tour Dates

1/11/24            Atlanta, GA                 Buckhead Theater
1/12/24            Nashville, TN              Brooklyn Bowl
1/13/24            Cincinnati, OH             Bogarts
1/18/24            Minneapolis, MN         Varsity Theater
1/19/24            Milwaukee, WI            The Rave II
1/20/24            Columbus, OH            The Bluestone
1/25/24            New York, NY             Gramercy Theater
1/26/24            McKees Rocks, PA     Roxian Theater
1/27/24            Detroit, MI                   Majestic Theater

Made up of Colton Pack, Garrett Nichols, and Zach Beeken, Restless Road’s standout harmony-driven vocals and “hard-hitting storytelling” (Country Now) are front and center on their debut album Last Rodeo. The project features 18 tracks including the title track, which Country Central called “undeniably catchy,” and recently released songs “You Don’t Have To Love Me,” “Roll Tide Roll,” “I Don’t Wanna Be That Guy,” “Sundown Somewhere,” “On My Way,” their #1 Sirius XM hit “Growing Old With You” and fan favorite “Bar Friends.”   

Contrary to the title of the album, Last Rodeo is just the beginning for the group. The title track is about resilience and staying focused on their goals, which this album is proof of. As Colton, Garrett and Zach have grown together, Last Rodeo encapsulates their journey through every twist and turn. With Colton married, Garrett currently engaged, and Zach single, the songs incorporate a wide breadth of stories about all different stages of life and love.

With appearances this year in the UK with Kane Brown, at Stagecoach and CMA Fest, the “Spotify Hot Country Artist To Watch” will spend the rest of the year touring alongside Russell Dickerson. For tickets and additional info, visit www.restlessroad.com.

About Restless Road

Made up of three different but complementary voices, country band Restless Road (Zach Beeken, Garrett Nichols and Colton Pack) is “one of the most intriguing and exciting acts of the year” (Wide Open Country). Praised by PeopleTaste of CountryBillboard, and more, the trio’s powerhouse harmonies and soul-baring lyrics have accumulated over 225 million cumulative career streams and amassed a following of over 4.2 million on their social media platforms. As NBC’s Today Show host Hoda Kotb put it, “That harmony…you feel it in your soul.”

The trio is gearing up for the release of their debut album Last Rodeo which is set for release on October 20.  The new 18 track album features brand new hits as well as already released tracks “Last Rodeo,” “I Don’t Wanna Be That Guy,” “Sundown Somewhere,” “On My Way,” their Sirius XM The Highway #1 hit “Growing Old With You” and fan favorite “Bar Friends.” 

They were named as one of Spotify’s Hot Country Artists To Watch for 2023 and kicked off the year touring in Europe/UK with Kane Brown, played Stagecoach for the very first time, and were all over CMA Fest (including having their very own dunk tank). They will continue through the rest of the year touring with Russell Dickerson and make spots at various festivals along the way. 

The trio has performed on ABC’s The Bachelor, and has been featured by CMT, EXTRA, The Today Show, and more and was named as one of Opry’s Next Stage Artists.

With all signs indicating Restless Road as a contender for best new vocal group, its members continue to write, sing, and perform together as they take the next steps down country music’s long and winding road.

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October 20, 2023

RESTLESS ROAD’S DEBUT ALBUM LAST RODEO IS OUT NOW

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Album Release Party Tonight at PBR Cowboy Bar At Nashville Live! – 9:00 PM

Today, buzzworthy trio Restless Road released their debut album, Last Rodeo. Listen here.

Made up of Colton Pack, Garrett Nichols, and Zach Beeken, Restless Road’s standout harmony-driven vocals and “hard-hitting storytelling” (Country Now) are front and center on Last Rodeo. The project features 18 tracks including the title track, which Country Central called “undeniably catchy,” and recently released songs “You Don’t Have To Love Me,” “Roll Tide Roll,” “I Don’t Wanna Be That Guy,” “Sundown Somewhere,” “On My Way,” their #1 Sirius XM hit “Growing Old With You” and fan favorite “Bar Friends.”   

In celebration of the release, the guys will be hosting an album release party tonight at 9:00 PM at the PBR Cowboy Bar at Nashville Live! for those 21+ presented by Coors Light.  Those that can’t make it to the party, have the chance to watch it via livestream at Volume.com.  Fans will have the option of donating during the livestream with a portion of the proceeds benefitting The CMA Foundation.

Last Rodeo is a melting pot of who we are. It’s a blend of harmonies, sounds, and our own stories,” the trio shared. “We’ve been a band for a while now so there’s a lot we’ve been through together – lots of ups and downs. We’re so proud of every song on this project and feel like it really captures who we are. The message we hope people take away from Last Rodeo is to never give up and always keep your eyes on the road.”

Contrary to the title of the album, Last Rodeo is just the beginning for the group. The title track is about resilience and staying focused on their goals, which this album is proof of. As Colton, Garrett and Zach have grown together, Last Rodeo encapsulates their journey through every twist and turn. With Colton married, Garrett currently engaged, and Zach single, the songs incorporate a wide breadth of stories about all different stages of life and love.

With appearances this year in the UK with Kane Brown, at Stagecoach and CMA Fest, the “Spotify Hot Country Artist To Watch” will spend the rest of the year touring alongside Russell Dickerson. For tickets and additional info, visit www.restlessroad.com.

Last Rodeo Album Track List

1. Last Rodeo (Trannie Anderson/Lindsay Rimes/Garrett Nichols/Zach Beeken/Colton Pack)
2. Head Over Heels (Zach Beeken/Garrett Nichols/Colton Pack/Jacob Rice/Kyle Sturrock)
3. Growing Old With You (Charles Kelley/Jordan Minton/Jordan Reynolds)
4. Could’ve Been a Love Song (Zach Crowell/Ben Hayslip/Hunter Phelps)
5. Roll Tide Roll (Zach Beeken/Garrett Nichols/Kyle Sturrock)
6. Bar Friends (Geoff Warburton/Jordan Schmidt/Kyle Clark/Tyler Filmore)
7. Tell Me Not To (Zach Beeken/Emma-Lee/Garrett Nichols/Colton Pack)
8. Go Get Her (Josh Jenkins/Brice Long/Mark Nesler)
9. I Don’t Wanna Be That Guy (Colton Pack/Garrett Nichols/Zach Beeken/Jared Keim/Travis Wood)
10. 10 Things (Zach Beeken/Devin Dawson/Jared Keim/Garrett Nichols)
11. Leave Them Boots On (Zach Beeken/Garrett Nichols/Colton Pack/Jonathan Smith)
12. Easy for You to Say (Zach Beeken/Josh Kear/Garrett Nichols/Colton Pack/Lindsay Rimes)
13. You Don’t Have to Love Me (Austin Shawn/Zach Beeken/Nate Kenyon/Garrett Nichols/Colton Pack)
14. No Can Do (Jessi Alexander/Zach Beeken/Matt Jenkins/Garrett Nichols/Colton Pack/Jacob Rice)
15. That Town and You (Ben Burgess/Devin Dawson/Joshua Kerr/Jordan Reynolds)
16. Most Nights (feat. Erin Kinsey) (Zach Beeken/Garrett Nichols/Colton Pack/John Pierce/Lindsay Rimes)
17. Sundown Somewhere (Ben Hayslip/Jacob Rice/Cole Swindell/Cole Taylor)
18. On My Way (Zach Beeken/Kyle Clark/Garrett Nichols/Colton Pack/Lindsay Rimes)

About Restless Road

Made up of three different but complementary voices, country band Restless Road (Zach Beeken, Garrett Nichols and Colton Pack) is “one of the most intriguing and exciting acts of the year” (Wide Open Country). Praised by PeopleTaste of CountryBillboard, and more, the trio’s powerhouse harmonies and soul-baring lyrics have accumulated over 225 million cumulative career streams and amassed a following of over 4.2 million on their social media platforms. As NBC’s Today Show host Hoda Kotb put it, “That harmony…you feel it in your soul.”

The trio is gearing up for the release of their debut album Last Rodeo which is set for release on October 20.  The new 18 track album features brand new hits as well as already released tracks “Last Rodeo,” “I Don’t Wanna Be That Guy,” “Sundown Somewhere,” “On My Way,” their Sirius XM The Highway #1 hit “Growing Old With You” and fan favorite “Bar Friends.” 

They were named as one of Spotify’s Hot Country Artists To Watch for 2023 and kicked off the year touring in Europe/UK with Kane Brown, played Stagecoach for the very first time, and were all over CMA Fest (including having their very own dunk tank). They will continue through the rest of the year touring with Russell Dickerson and make spots at various festivals along the way. 

The trio has performed on ABC’s The Bachelor, and has been featured by CMT, EXTRA, The Today Show, and more and was named as one of Opry’s Next Stage Artists.

With all signs indicating Restless Road as a contender for best new vocal group, its members continue to write, sing, and perform together as they take the next steps down country music’s long and winding road.