May 7, 2024

Kameron Marlowe Headlines Military Appreciation Concert at Firestone Country Club on Friday, July 12

AKRON, OHIO – Country music powerhouse Kameron Marlowe will headline the Military Appreciation Concert at the Kaulig Companies Championship as part of Folds of Honor Friday on July 12 at Firestone Country Club, the tournament announced on Tuesday.

Marlowe gained popularity by appearing on Season 15 of NBC’s “The Voice” in 2018 before releasing his debut single “Giving You Up” in 2019, which achieved platinum status. His other hits include “Girl on Fire,” “Tennessee Don’t Mind” and many more, which have amassed him nearly 1 billion streams. Marlowe is currently touring across the U.S. and Canada before sold-out crowds and his sophomore album Keepin’ the Lights On will be available on May 31.

The concert will take place in the expanded Kaulig Infinity Zone, located next to the water tower at Firestone Country Club. The show will start at approximately 5 p.m. (after golf has concluded for the day) with opening acts Tim Dugger and Jocko Deal.

Admission to the concert is included with a Friday tournament ticket. Active U.S. military and veterans and first responders, as well as one guest, can attend the Kaulig Companies Championship for free after registering online at In addition, ages 18 and under receive complimentary admission.

The concert is part of Folds of Honor Friday.  Folds of Honor is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen or disabled service members and first responders. Folds of Honor Friday is an occasion for tournaments to come together to celebrate our freedoms, honor service, and support families who deserve and need help.

“We are excited to announce Folds of Honor Friday, which is our way of saying thank you to the men and women who serve our country,” said Kaulig Companies Championship Executive Director Don Padgett. “All fans are encouraged to wear patriotic colors on July 12 to honor military and first responders as part of our ‘Red, White and Blue Out’ presented by AT&F.”

The partnership with Folds of Honor Friday also includes:

  • Thirteen academic scholarships, totaling at least $65,000, to local children and spouses of fallen or disabled military and first responder heroes.
  • The pin flag at the 13th hole will be a U.S. flag that will be attended by a member of the U.S. military for the duration of the Kaulig Companies Championship, as part of the 13th Hole Tribute sponsored by Wells Fargo.
  • The Ceremonial First Tee Shot presented by Induction Tooling, which will feature a member of the U.S. military hitting the opening tee shot on Friday morning after the playing of the national anthem at 9:30 a.m.


The Kaulig Companies Championship is one of five major championships contested annually on PGA TOUR Champions for eligible professionals age 50 and over. The 2024 tournament will be held the week of July 10-14 and will continue professional golf’s seven decades of tradition at Firestone Country Club.  A field of 78 professionals will compete for one of the most prestigious Champions Tour titles and an exemption into the following year’s PLAYERS Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.


PGA TOUR Champions is a membership organization of professional golfers age 50 and older, including 35 members of the World Golf Hall of Fame. The Tour’s mission is to provide financial opportunities for its players, entertain and inspire its fans, deliver substantial value to its partners, create outlets for volunteers to give back and generate significant charitable and economic impact in tournament communities. Follow PGA TOUR Champions online at, on Facebook, on Twitter (@ChampionsTour), on Instagram (@pgatourchampions) and on TikTok (pgatourchampions).

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Kaulig Companies Limited is the single-member family office (SFO) for Matt Kaulig and his immediate family. The family office operates across a diverse spectrum of businesses, including sports and entertainment, marketing and event management, private equity, real estate, investment advisory services and philanthropy, with a focus on children and families. To learn more visit


Folds of Honor is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that provides educational scholarships to the spouses and children of US military service members and first responders who have fallen or been disabled while serving our country and communities. Our educational scholarships support private school tuition or tutoring in grades K-12, tuition for college, technical or trade school and post-graduate work, including a master’s degree, doctorate, or professional program. Funds for a second bachelor’s degree or trade/technical program certification are also available. Since its inception in 2007, Folds of Honor has awarded over 52,000 scholarships totaling about $244 million in all 50 states. Among the students served, 45 percent are minorities. It is rated a four-star charity by Charity Navigator and Platinum on Candid. It was founded by Lt Col Dan Rooney, the only-ever F-16 fighter pilot (with three combat tours in Iraq) and PGA Professional. He is currently stationed at Headquarters Air Force Recruiting Service Detachment 1, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. For more information or to donate in support of a Folds of Honor scholarship visit


With a voice that resonates like thunder in the heart of Nashville, Kameron Marlowe is hailed as one of Country music’s most thrilling voices. He’s been through some changes in his 26 years, from adapting to life on the road to achieving RIAA Platinum-certified status and gracing stages alongside Country music juggernauts. Raised in Kannapolis, N.C, Marlowe’s musical journey began in church choirs and high school bands. After leaving college to support his family, he gained traction online and moved to Music City. His self-written viral hit “Giving You Up,” born from personal heartache, catapulted him into the spotlight before striking a deal with Sony Music Nashville. His debut album We Were Cowboys followed suit and garnered both critical acclaim and two GOLD-certified tracks, earning him recognition from industry tastemakers and streaming platforms alike. As his profile has grown, he’s sold-out headlining shows coast to coast and has toured with the likes of Morgan Wallen, Zach Bryan, Luke Combs, Riley Green and Lainey Wilson. Still with the same band he’s had since he was 14, he’s known for delivering high impact performances, with all the energy of a true rock show. 

And now, his evolution unfolds further on his upcoming 16-track output, Keepin’ The Lights On, arriving May 31. The scope and maturity of the album establish him as a true force in today’s Country music—a triple-threat singer, songwriter, and performer blazing his own path, marked by his distinctively soulful and resonant vocals. It’s a journey that delves deep into the human experience, touching on themes of mental health, battling feelings of inadequacy and the relentless pursuit of success. Marlowe lays it all on the line, revealing vulnerability in a way he’s never done before. Rooted in unapologetic risk, fueled by vulnerability, and thoughtfully presented in concept like a perfect setlist from start to finish, Marlowe achieves connection through a ride of uniqueness that swerves the normal comfort zone. His sophomore album, developed from over 200 shows in the last two years, is the culmination of Marlowe’s steadfast dedication, and fans will soon see first-hand his tireless commitment to his craft, not only on the road, but also in the studio. “If I can continue to be this personal in my writing, I feel like it will connect to people in a deeper way,” he shares. “That’s all I want to do. And when you go deeper with yourself, you can connect deeper with other people.”

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