The powerful musical duo skips the rookie phase and jumps headfirst into the professional country music spotlight with their unique flair on the traditional genre.
Native Run is gaining fans and popularity at a rapid pace. Rachel Beauregard and Bryan Dawley have been releasing a new kind of country that has been called â€œthe best of whatâ€™s next.â€ With high expectations for their career and upcoming summer performances, Native Run is pursuing to raise the bar even higher.
Inspired by Keith Urban and Chris Thile of Nickel Creek, Beauregard and Dawley have combined their love of song and melody with the drive of instruments to create music that speaks about common experiences such as love and loss in an uncommon way. Both Beauregard and Dawley attended college to pursue a career in music. Beauregard majored in vocals, theatre, and Germanic opera and Dawley in music. Their professional development at the university level prepared both artists for their band and the heartfelt and organic music that fans have fallen in love with.
Dawley and Beauregard grew up within twenty minutes of each other in Northern Virginia. Paths not crossing until after college, they met at church and started making music together. For the pair, combining their talents was easy, however pushing through the competitive crowd of artists trying to make it big was a challenge. Between odd jobs and coffee shop performances, Native Run was finally introduced their future producer Luke Laird in a meeting where everything clicked into place. Soon Native Run began opening for performers such as David Nail and Billy Currington while simultaneously recording in studios, striving to one day be the main act.
For Native Run that time has come with the release of new single “Good On You” and their own list of summer performances.
For more information about Native Run and their summer show dates and locations check out their website.
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