Runnin Wild Renegades
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Runnin Wild Renegades


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The best kept secret in music


"High Energy"

The Runnin’ Wild Renegade Band puts on a great show. They’ve garnered strong support in the college town. Their shows are high energy. And their song writing is fantastic. - Weekly Texan - October 17, 1992 - Weekly Texan - October 17, 1992

"They rocked!"

The Texas-based Runnin’ Wild Renegades visited EKU this weekend. What a treat! They played the Family Dog on Friday and The Red Barn on Saturday. I was at both shows and they rocked! They out-performed any Kentucky band we’ve seen all year. The band was tight and their tunes swept me away to the islands.- The Progress – November 22, 1992 - Bob McWilliams
- The Progress – November 22, 1992

"A Local Legend"

The Renegades have become a local legend around the bars of Austin. Jack Kincaid’s vocals and song writing, and Murph’s driving beat captivates audiences across Central Texas. Austin Review – January 1993
- Austin Review – January 1993

"Rising Star Lost"

We lost a rising star this week. The Runnin’ Wild Renegade Band broke-up this week, in the midst of their first recording session. As a fan and reporter, I was looking forward to hearing their studio sound. They will be missed on the bar circuit. - Austin Chronicle – May 1993

- Austin Chronicle – May 1993

"Compelling and driving voice"

The CD is excellent. I've got it in the deck of my truck and it’s as good as anything in the changer. Slim Carson has a compelling and driving voice. He's a cross on this disc, between Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffet. The tracks have a unique blend of rock, country and island music and the arrangements are top drawer. - St.Mulligan.Com - September 21, 2007
- St.Mulligan.Com - Chaz Henry


Suburban Escape has been getting airplay on several independent radio stations.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Our band and CD have a unique history. The Runnin’ Wild Renegades CD has been created from the lost Renegades tapes. The original Runnin' Wild Renegade Band was founded in 1991 by University of Texas students Jack Kincaid and Murph. The Runnin' Wild Renegades broke-up in 1993 in the midst of their first real recording session, after recording only 9 songs. The tapes have recently been discovered, re-mastered and over-dubbed by producer Sean Kelly, nephew of original Renegade, Murph.

Where are they now: The latest on the original band members is: Jack has moved on to the corporate sales-world and Murph, who hasn't been heard from in many years, is believed to be living and surfing in Baja, Mexico.

Performing Now: With the original band members being MIA, we've created a Renegade tribute band, Renegades Too. Renegades Too features Andy Thompson, Sean Kelly, Matt Thompson. We are preparing for a tour to support CD's sales of the re-mastered music. The band’s 2007 tour will be the US debut of the music that has taken over 12 years to be released. This music is well worth the wait.