Native Run concert review

Native run

Show Dog Universal recording duo Native Run might be up & coming, however, on Dec 21st, they were big stars while performing at the Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg, Va. This wasn't your average concert, this was more like a family reunion. Rachel Beauregard and Bryan Dawley are actually from this area. Their friends and family gathered in the small theatre to show their support and I was front and center of it all.

They started the night off with their current single "Good On You" and immediately I knew these two two are going to be big stars. They reminded me of a younger version of the duo Sugarland. Usually, I would never compare someone to Jennifer Nettles, I mean let's face it the girl is one of a kind. However, Rachel has massive vocals. She has great control and incredible stage presence. She could easily be one of today's top female vocalist. I also enjoyed a song titled "High Heels & 4 Wheels" as well as "The Party Came Looking For Me." A comical duo with massive talent, not one flaw could I catch. Rachel & Bryan also performed various christmas songs and even did their own version of TLC's "Waterfalls." The entire performance was unique, flawless and amusing. Native Run can be found on tour with Sam Hunt this winter/spring. Make sure you catch a show, you won't regret it.



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