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.