Tag: Run Kid Run

August 29, 2023

September 10, 2022

August 6, 2022

May 1, 2020

Run Kid Run To Record New Music

In a Facebook Live posted last night, Run Kid Run have announced they’ll be recording around 3 NEW songs in the near future. As of now, there’s no time frame on it, but it looks like we will be getting some new tunes from RKR. The announcement comes on the heels of the 12th anniversary of the album, “Love At the Core”, and right now you can head to the band’s Facebook and check out some acoustic covers of some choice selections from RKR from David.… Continued →

April 11, 2020

Run Kid Run Acoustic

David from Run Kid Run has taken to the band’s Facebook page and has been posting some acoustic tracks lately. You can head over to the page HERE or just look it up on Facebook and check out performances of My Sweet Escape, Freedom, and The Modern March. Seems quite possible there may be more to come yet, but time will tell.… Continued →

April 3, 2017

Free Album Download from David Curtis

This past September, David Curtis (ex Run Kid Run) released his most recent album, One Voice. I’m only about halfway through it right now, but it is one great worship album, and David has rather generously made it a free download for a limited time on his bandcamp page, where you can also find his other releases as well. I have to recommend downloading this, it really sounds great. Get some at his bandcamp and post your thoughts!… Continued →

November 21, 2016

April 11, 2012

REVIEW : Run Kid Run - Patterns

Run Kid Run release their third effort on tooth and nail. Can it live up to the amazing debut that got me interested in the genre? Comment your opinions!

June 14, 2010

August 20, 2008

REVIEW : Run Kid Run - Live/Acoustic at Soulfest (July 31, 2008)

Artist: Run Kid Run Live/Acoustic at Soulfest 2008. Label: Tooth and Nail Records Review by the Headless Horseman. 1. Rescued Me 2. Wake Up, Get Up 3. Captives Come Home 4. Freedom 5. I’ll Forever Sing 6. The Modern March 7. Sing to Me 8. Move On 9. Love at the Core 10. We’ve Only Just Begun 11. One in a Million *This review is dedicated to John Wayne, without whom I would never have realized how amazing Run Kid Run is. If you know him, give him a hug and buy him a Frappucino and a Millencolin CD.*… Continued →