WATCH: Kameron Marlowe Gives A Fan His Personal Guitar As A Gesture of Gratitude
“Thank you for listening to my music, man,” the country star told the fan.
Kameron Marlowe; Photos via Instagram
As Kameron Marlowe’s career continues to build, so does his community of loyal listeners. On Saturday, June 24, the country star rewarded one fan in particular with a very special gift as a token of gratitude for his incredible support.
Marlowe was performing on stage in Indianapolis in support of Parker McCollum when he noticed a young fan in the front row of the crowd who was singing every one of his song lyrics back to him. After giving the fan a shoutout in the midst of his set, he also spontaneously gifted him the guitar he’d been playing the whole show.
The heartfelt moment was captured on video and shared to the “Girl On Fire” singer’s social media.
His caption read, “Moments like these don’t happen often but when they do they’re special hope you enjoy that guitar as much as I did man.”
He went on to also thank Parker McCollum for the chance to let him play as an opener.
“Thank you @parkermccollum for having us out in Indy tonight that was badass.”
In the clip, Marlowe can be heard calling out the fan as he says, “So this kid out here was singing every damn word to every song a the show tonight. So hell, I’m giving you this guitar.”
As soon as these words left his mouth, a look of incredible shock washed over the chosen fan’s face.
“Thank you for listening to my music, man,” the country star continued as he handed out the guitar along with a handshake. The crowd erupted in cheers of great excitement for Marlowe’s kind action.
The singer/songwriter later returned to the thankful fan to sign the instrument and provide the case to go along with it.
Several fellow country stars including Lady A’s Charles Kelley, Bailey Zimmerman and Nate Smith took to the comment section to commend Kameron Marlowe on his generous gift.
Kelley wrote, “Damn dude. Legendary move,” while Zimmerman boasted, “THIS IS FREAKIN AWESOME BRO,” and Smith said, “Ummmmm this is the coolest thing ever bro wow.”
Many fans also shared their admiration for Marlowe’s continuous efforts to give back to his fans.
“This is one of the many reasons Kameron is one of the best country musicians out there,” one user said.
Another wrote, “So much respect for this man! Love the humble vibe, and giving back to those that support your music 🙌🏻”
Kameron Marlowe just dropped his newest song, “I Can Lie (The Truth Is).” Throughout the song, the singer’s baritone vocals are accompanied by the traditional sounds of pedal steel and the fiddle, taking listeners back to that traditional country sound that’s been passed down from generation to generation by the likes of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and more.
Co-written by Marlowe with Jordan Fletcher and Shane Minor, his latest offering delivers the message of how easy it is for one to have the conflicting mindset of “I can love you and hate you at the same damn time.”
“‘I Can Lie’ is a song about a toxic relationship that talks about the battle of loving and hating someone who’s just not good for you,” Marlowe said of the new tune in a press release. “When people hear it, I want them to be taken back in time to the 1970s when western outlaw country was taking over.”
Following the song’s release, he announced that he will be dropping a new version featuring Erin Kirby on June 30. This collaboration evolved from social media after Kirby decided to duet a video of Marlowe singing his new track. Fans and Kameron Marlowe both were quick to fall in love with the female artist’s voice, thus leading her to this opportunity.
“I didn’t feel like the song would be true without her,” he shared.
“I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS IS HAPPENING! I’m still mind blown 🤯🤯 Thank YOU for having me on this incredible song! 🙌🔥” Kirby commented on social media.
Kameron Marlowe is scheduled to appear at several festivals throughout the summer including Watershed Festival, Windy City Smokeout, Faster Horses Festival and more.
Additionally, he has been tapped to serve as support for Luke Bryan’s annual Farm Tour in September and Jordan Davis’ Damn Good Time Tour in October.
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