"You Were Right," Marlowe ties the knot today
"I wrote this song about my girlfriend at the time who I am marrying today," Marlowe said. "It's funny because a line in the song talks about selling my Jon boat to buy a ring, which luckily I didn't have to sell my boat. (Thanks to Jon Pardi) haha. I'm super excited for this song because I'm dropping it on our wedding day (today) as a surprise for Nat. She loves this song, and I think she thinks I'll never put it out, so it'll be a good surprise for her. Also feels good to release a song that's true and authentic to my life currently. I hope y'all love it."
Marlowe recently debuted new songs "Grew Up Country" and "Empty Shotgun (Mr. Mechanic)." Earlier this year, he put out "Record High."
The Statesboro, Ga. native will be heading out on HARDY's the mockingbird & THE CROW FALL TOUR this fall.
After Marlowe shared a performance of his countrified rewrite of the Olivia Rodrigo hit "Driver's License" to social media, he gained a following. He also released the songs "All About It" and "I'll Keep The Country." He also had songwriting cuts, including the number one song, Jon Pardi's "Last Night Lonely."
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