The Runaway Hamsters Are Lighting Up Country Music Airwaves

Young energetic country-pop sibling group, The Runaway Hamsters, are lighting up radio airwaves with the release of their brand new single, “A Little Country”Twelve-year-old Isabella and her triplet ten-year-old siblings…Abby, Gabby and brother Riley connects both new and classic country listeners to their sound by combining touching lyrics with a dose of honesty and humor.

With lyrics like “…A little front porch picking and deep fried chicken and a redneck you can’t hide| No matter where from you’re from or which side you’re on of the Mason-Dixon line| everybody’s got A Little Country inside…they are receiving positive feedback from radio and media outlets.

Their official music video premiered on Country Rebel and they even made their broadcast debut on Great American Country. The song was co-written by The Runaway Hamsters and their producer, Grammy-nominated Kent Wells (Dolly Parton) and is the title song off their EP.

The Runaway Hamsters bring such a tremendous, positive energy to work and are total pros to work with in every sense! And they are just the sweetest and coolest kids I know!!!” says Kent Wells, Grammy-nominated Producer.

Best known for their musical youth and huge hearts, The Runaway Hamsters create music that is original, engaging and heartfelt. They all love to write and help others and uses the hashtag #wehelpfriends. This started as simply forming a band, writing and recording a song for their good friend, a second grader, who had been diagnosed with brain cancer.

They recently wrapped up a performance at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles where they donated instruments and funds to the children at the hospital and became official Jr. Ambassadors. From Boise, Idaho, these kids have been featured on radio stations and in media outlets from coast to coast.

For more information on The Runaway Hamsters visit their website and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.


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