Breakout artist Kameron Marlowe recently released a live performance video for his fast-rising single, “Steady Heart.”
Recorded in Nashville, TN at Welcome to 1979 Studio, the video is the first in a series of live recordings Marlowe plans to release in the next coming weeks.
Since its release, “Steady Heart” has connected with fans far and wife, reaching over 19 million streams.
“I continue to be humbled by the overwhelming response to ‘Steady Heart’ from Country music fans,” Marlowe shared in a statement. “It’s nerve-wracking to release such a personal song, but seeing others relate it to so deeply makes it all worth it. I couldn’t be happier to release this live performance video for the song’s loyal fans to enjoy.”
“Steady Heart” is the singer/songwriter’s fastest-growing track thus far, gaining virality on social media as well as reaching No. 16 on Sirius/XM’s The Highway Hot 30. In addition, Marlowe also released a wedding version of the track for fans to use as they wish.
Kameron Marlowe announced he will be making his CMA Fest debut following his time on the road opening for major artists, such as Brad Paisley and Riley Green. The rising star will be performing at the Riverfront Stage and will also be playing other festivals this summer – including Country Thunder. At Ohio Stadium on July 23, he will also be joining Luke Combs, Cody Jinks, and more for Buckeye Country Superfest. Marlowe will also be opening for Morgan Wallen on select dates of the DANGEROUS Tour.
With almost 300 million career streams and a gold-certified single for “Giving You Up,” Marlowe is certainly an artist to watch.