Cadence Grace, Ann Chaplin and Stacey Zegers have had major successes in their own right as solo female artists, but never imagined that together their collective talents would catapult them to an entirely new level as Runaway Angel.
Individually, they have toured Canada, the United States, Europe and Britain, opening for major acts like Dean Brody, Aaron Pritchett, Emerson Drive, and Doc Walker. Since joining forces they’ve been no strangers to festival stages opening for acts like Jason Blaine, Dallas Smith, Jess Moskaluke, Dierks Bentley and Tim Hicks.
All strong writers, their solo music has been featured on the likes of CMT, Disney, Much Music and Much More Music, as well as shows like Degrassi High, Dawson’s Creek, Joan of Arcadia, Naturally Sadie and MTV’s The Hills. Together the girls make a dynamic writing force, performing all original material written or co-written by the girls with some of Nashville and Canada’s finest writers.
Their debut single ‘Our Story’ released in January 2014 landed them as Regional Finalists in the 2014 CBC Searchlight Contest, and snagged them a spot in Boots and Hearts 2014 Emerging Artist Showcase. Their second single ‘Run Angel Run’ was released in March 2015 with an accompanying music video both continued to grow the buzz the group has been building.
In 2016 the girls received four nominations for the Ontario Country Music Awards including “Rising Star”, “Group or Duo of the Year”, “Songwriter(s) of the Year” and “Single of the Year” for their debut single “Our Story.” They were also recently highlighted as one of 6 of Ontario’s Hot Country Acts to Watch by the Toronto Star, alongside major label acts like Tim Hicks and Tebey and also received funding support from both FACTOR and The Ontario Arts Council.
Co-produced by Jason Barry and Adam Newcomb, the album ‘No End in Sight’ debuted at Number 5 on the iTunes Canadian Country Charts in April 2016.
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