Runaway June is an American country music group consisting of vocalists Naomi Cooke, Hannah Mulholland, and Jennifer Wayne. The group is signed to Wheelhouse Records, an imprint of Broken Bow Records. They were nominated for an Academy of Country Music Award for Best New Vocal Group in 2018.
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Jennifer Wayne, a granddaughter of John Wayne, grew up in southern California, and Hannah Mulholland grew up in Los Angeles, California, while Naomi Cooke is from Cedar Key, Florida.
Wayne was originally one-third of the group Stealing Angels, and co-wrote Eric Paslay's top 20 hit "She Don't Love You". Cooke is the lead vocalist, with Mulholland on low harmony and mandolin, and Wayne on high harmony.
The three met in Nashville and wrote their debut single "Lipstick" with assistance from Rebecca Lynn Howard, Caroline Hobby (also a former member of Stealing Angels), and Elisha Hoffman. The song was released in 2016 via Broken Bow Records' Wheelhouse Records imprint. An uncredited review from Taste of Country praised the "original premise" and vocal harmonies. They released their selftitled debut EP in September 2018, which featured the singles "Wild West" and "Buy My Own Drinks." The group was a supporting act for Carrie Underwood on her Cry Pretty Tour 360, which ran from May 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019, alongside Maddie & Tae.
On May 23, 2019, the group announced their debut album Blue Roses, which was released on June 28, 2019. "Buy My Own Drinks," which served as the lead-off single, is included on the album alongside three other songs from their previous EP release. The album debuted at No. 36 on the Top Country Albums chart, and No. 2 on the Heatseekers Albums chart.
On May 14, Mulholland announced that she was leaving the group.The next day, the other two members confirmed that she was replaced by Natalie Stovall, former frontwoman of Natalie Stovall and the Drive.
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