About The Runaway Hamsters: The Runaway Hamsters consist of Isabella and her triplet siblings — Abby, Gabby and brother Riley. Best known for their musical youth and huge hearts, they create music that is original, engaging and heartfelt. Their last radio release, A Little Country, was the title track off their second EP which was produced by Grammy nominated Kent Wells (Dolly Parton). The official music video was directed by three time Emmy award-winner Roman White (Taylor Swift’s You Belong With Me) and made its broadcast debut on Great American Country and was also played on numerous TV affiliates world-wide.
This Boise, Idaho group started as simply forming a band, writing and recording a song for a friend who was diagnosed with brain cancer. Since then, they performed from Nashville to LA, opened for Andy Grammer, took part in The National Finals Rodeo Cowboy Christmas in Las Vegas for the past two years, appeared on major network television stations including KTVB-TV and Nashville’s WZTV-TV as a featured artist, performed on WSM-AM (home of the Grand Ole Opry), been nominated twice for a Grammy in the children’s category, played the famous Bluebird Café and was also involved in CMA Music Festival where they met fans, signed autographs and also performed at The Listening Room where they shared the stage with other prominent country artists.
With over 33k followers on Facebook and over a million views on their YouTube channel, the hamster wheel is continuously spinning with the release of Hamstercast, a free podcast to inspire, relate and positively influence fans of their age with their own personal stories and views. It is available for download on iTunes. They are also in the studio laying down vocals for new music, which will be released later this year.
Facebook: @TheRunawayHamsters (over 33k followers)
Twitter: @TheRunawayHamst (over 11k followers)
Instagram: @TheRunawayHamsters (over 25k followers)
YouTube: TheRunawayHamsters (over a million views)
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Cassandra's review- Animal lovers, free spirits and fun to listen to, this group is a little power house. Yes they sound like younger kids, but that is the best part because you can feel the spirit and movement in the melody. if you are in the mood for a little country with a twist of fun this is going to be a great group to check out.