Run Come See | Ain't Gonna Change My Mind

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Ain't Gonna Change My Mind

by Run Come See

Genre: Rock: Americana
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Influenced by their shared love of Americana and their wide-ranging musical backgrounds from classical voice to blues rock to punkabilly, the members of Run Come See (Lauren Calve - vocals, lap steel; John Figura - vocals, guitar; Fred James - drums; Tom Liddle - vocals, bass) have made waves in the Washington, DC music scene for their unique blend of American roots music. Run Come See was formed in 2017 with a vision: Calve, Figura and Liddle had their own bands, but what if three unique singer songwriters came together to trade lead vocals, sing intricate three-part harmonies, and share their compelling songwriting styles? Their eponymous debut album, released in 2017, is testament to the success of that vision, which exists as the launching pad for the band's next chapter. Late 2017 brought James, a sought-after drummer across all genres, as well as Run Come See's first tour, a performance at the famed Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage, as well as dozens of shows that have established Run Come See as an exciting new project out of the Nation's Capitol.

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