Run Katie Run
From the venue:
$20 advance ($25 day of show)
Kate Coleman may be front and center in Run Katie Run, but the band’s new album, Cowboy Boots with Fishnet Tights deeply reflects the community surrounding her. Its 13 Americana/roots-rock tracks cover the good, the sad, the inspired, and the tired “” and everything in between “” about relationships of all kinds. As RKR recorded throughout 2022, the five friends who first met at an open mic night in Georgia arranged and produced the album together, and Kate says she could see their trust in each other “” and their friendships “” grow as the months went by.
In 2021, they released their first E.P., “RUNNING ON LOVE”,- with reviews and previews running in Glide, American Songwriter, and Vents Magazines- and they were the featured band at Dollywood’s Harvest Festival. Fast forward to 2023: the high-energy quintet is expanding their footprint by playing more festivals and concert series, touring up-and-down the East coast, opening for A1A and Ronnie McDowell, and they are delighting audiences wherever they go with their “comfortable, warm, and inviting” (vents magazine) presence.
“It’s not lost on me how grateful I have to be for this group,“ Kate says. “You hear tragic stories about bands not working out because they can’t inter-personally get it together, and I am so unbelievably grateful for these guys. We are friends first and a band second, and I think that’s why it keeps staying good because that’s more important than anything.““‹