Kameron Marlowe’s first night on Morgan Wallen’s The Dangerous Tour was certainly a memorable one!
On Thursday, the rising star opened Wallen’s show at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, and completely fell off the stage while performing his song “Burn ‘Em All.”
Marlowe made light of the situation with an Instagram post documenting his tumble off the stage.
“First night of the #DangerousTour ended with a bang 😂 literally,” he wrote.
Country Now can confirm that Marlowe did not sustain any serious injuries during his fall. He is currently doing well and icing his back.
Wallen was quick to react to Marlowe’s on-stage snafu. He shared the video in his Instagram stories and wrote, “Welcome to the tour bub” alongside laughing emojis.
Other country artists reacted to Marlowe’s fall in the comments section of his post.
“With grace and elegance,” ERNEST wrote, while HARDY commented, “Happens haha.”
Priscilla Block, Drew Parker, Jimmie Allen, Tyler Rich, and more also commented on the clip.
Marlowe is set to appear on several more dates of Wallen’s The Dangerous Tour, in addition to his appearances at various festivals and fairs throughout the summer.
The buzzed-about country star will soon release his long-awaited debut album, We Were Cowboys.
Releasing on August 26, the album features 16 tracks, produced by CMA and ACM Award-winning Dann Huff and GRAMMY-nominated Brad Hill.
We Were Cowboys includes fan favorites like “Girl On Fire” and “Giving You Up” as well as the just-released title track.
“I’ve been working on this project for the better part of two years, and I’ve lived a lot of life in that time,” Marlowe recently shared. “This album encapsulates it all – nostalgia, romance, heartbreak, and everything in between. I couldn’t be prouder of this project, and I’m incredibly excited for fans to get a deeper look at who I am through these songs.”
We Were Cowboys is available for pre-order HERE.