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Kasey Tyndall and Dylan Marlowe Paint A Picture Of Reckneck Heaven In "Place For Me"

January 6th 2023

River House Artists'Country rocker Kasey Tyndall and Dylan Marlowe release their honest new track “Place For Me,” available everywhere today.

Photo Credit Kasey: Zach Knudsen, Dylan Via Facebook

In the seamlessly harmonized ballad about the best part of their southern roots, singing “where tractors don't break down / whole things a home town / y'all come back and hey y'alls.” Written by Tyndall, Jason Gantt, Jason Nix and Jenna LaMaster, “Place For Me” dives into what heaven looks like for rednecks with cheeky comparisons from Jesus drinking wine to rednecks drinking beer alongside heartfelt wishes for the family members awaiting their arrival.

Tyndall's clever creativity and silky smooth vocals help paint a country music Picasso storyline easy for fans for put imagine themselves in.

“One day I was thinking that if my rowdy Granddaddy could get into Heaven so could I, which led me to write this song,” laughs Tyndall. “It reminds me of a bible verse in Matthew, where it says to store your treasures in Heaven. If I had to pick my treasures, it would be what we wrote about in the song. I'm so glad that Dylan Marlowe wanted to jump on the song with me. He's an incredible artist and when he heard the song he loved it as much as I did, so it just felt right," Kasey said in a press release!

Tyndall kicked off the year with Drake White on his 20-stop The Optymistic Tour and had a summer full of festival performances. She recently wrapped up her run on the road with Bailey Zimmerman alongside Corey Kent last fall and will be hitting the road with Tracy Lawrence early this year. For upcoming dates, click here and keep up with her on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and TikTok.

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