Watch Kameron Marlowe's Heartfelt Tribute To Late Country Star

Kameron Marlowe delivered a heartfelt cover of a Keith Whitley ballad when he joined brothers Dan and Reid Isbell on an episode of God’s Country.

Marlowe and the two podcast co-hosts paid tribute to the late Country Music Hall of Famer with a rendition of “I’m Over You,” a ballad that appears on Whitley’s 10-track album, I Wonder Do You Think of Me, in 1989. Marlowe’s performance of the Kentucky-born singer-songwriter’s classic arrives shortly after he released his own album, Keepin’ The Lights On.

“This week Dan and Reid host ACM New Male Artist of the Year Nominee, Kameron Marlowe. They share what it was like being ‘artists’ at the iHeart Fest [iHeartCountry Festival, hosted last month in Austin, Texas] and spill the details of what goes on behind-the-scenes. Kameron dives in on his new album ‘Keepin’ the Lights On’ and explains where he drew inspiration from when creating this sophomore album project. They close with a rendition of a Keith Whitley song that undoubtedly will bring you to tears.”

Dan and Reid — who have written music for Luke CombsMiranda LambertScotty McCreeryJon PardiLainey Wilson and others — started their weekly podcast this year. Guests appearing on the show so far include HARDYDustin LynchColbie Caillat and others.

“One of our favorite things about country music has always been how intertwined it is with the outdoors,” Dan and Reid Isbell said in a statement when God’s Country launched. They hope to “bring the outdoor enthusiast or country music lover an up close and personal look into the minds of some of the best songwriters and artists of the genre — a place where they can be honest about struggles, relationships, their connection to the outdoors, the music business, family, whatever they feel comfortable talking about. We can’t wait to see where this partnership will lead and who this podcast will reach.”

The iHeartPodcasts/MeatEater show is available anywhere you listen to podcasts, including in the iHeartRadio app. Select country stations will broadcast the show between 7-11:30 p.m. local time on Sunday evenings. Find God's Country here.

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