The Runaway Hamsters Spread Smiles with The World Premiere of New Music Video

The Runaway Hamsters Spread Smiles with The World Premiere of New Music Video

Dazzling country sibling group The Runaway Hamsters (TRHibe)are all smiles with the release of their official music video for Put Your Smile On. This video is premiering today at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), a pediatric hospital treating children.

video made its world premiere this morning at 7:30AM PST across the
CHLA blog, social media platforms and website. You can view this video
by going to

partnership was a clear choice for them given their involvement with
CHLA for several years. “I have loved being a patient of Dr. Borchert
and I’m grateful for his work within The Vision Center,” says Abby Keen
of The Runaway Hamsters. This effervescent group and their fans have
donated instruments and funds to help the children and doctors at CHLA,
where The Runaway Hamsters are official Jr. Ambassadors. The band has
performed numerous times in the hospital and been the featured artist at
Dreamnight for CHLA which was held at the LA Zoo.  Older sibling
Isabella Keen commented, “We have all been inspired by this hospital and
we’re so excited to have them involved. We can’t wait to hear what
everyone thinks.”

video was shot in California and directed by award-winning videographer
Roman White (Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Blake
Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, etc). White directed their prior release A Little Country, which
made its world premiere on Country Rebel and its broadcast debut on
Great American Country (GAC). Since then, it has been picked up on
networks including Blue Highways, Country Fix, The Country Network, The
Heartland affiliates, among others. “Filming Put Your Smile On was
so much fun with the green screen and shooting in LA,” said Isabella
Keen. “It was a different experience for sure, but we absolutely loved

catchy, fun tune was co-written by them and their producer,
Grammy-nominated Kent Wells (Dolly Parton). This song is off their
latest EP A Little Country, which is available on their website and on all digital platforms. 

Even with the official release of this music video and a brand-new single called GO!that
was just released, there is no stopping this TRHibe. They recently
wrapped up a successful CMA Music Festival with performances on various
stages in downtown Nashville and several media interviews throughout the
4-day festival, which also included a return visit to the home of the
Grand Ole Opry radio station WSM-AM. They are set to perform this
Saturday at the 9th Annual Boise Music Festival and are already planning
a new music video for GO!along with the release of their upcoming EP set for later this year. 

About Children’s Hospital Los Angeles:Children’s
Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) is “a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution that
provides pediatric health care and helps our patients more than 528,000
times each year in a setting designed just for their needs. Our history
began in 1901 in a small house on the corner of Alpine and Castelar
Streets (now Hill St. in Chinatown) and today our medical experts offer
more than 350 pediatric specialty programs and services to meet the
needs of our patients. CHLA is a provider of more than $232.6 million in
community benefits annually to children and families. As the first and
largest pediatric hospital in Southern California, CHLA relies on the
generosity of philanthropists in the community to support compassionate
patient care, leading-edge education of the caregivers of tomorrow and
innovative research efforts that impact children at our hospital and
around the world.”

About The Runaway Hamsters:Best
known for their musical youth and huge hearts, The Runaway Hamsters
create music that is original, engaging and heartfelt. This Boise, Idaho
group started in early grade school and gained notoriety when they used
both their musical and songwriting talents to raise money, which helped
the hospital caring for a second-grade friend with cancer. Since then,
they have continued to use their talent, their big hearts and their
music to help others. This year they helped raise over $150,000 for the
Children’s Miracle Network Dance Marathon at Boise State University. 

over a million views on YouTube, this refreshing country group has had
Grammy consideration in the children’s category, performed from
Nashville to LA, and opened for Andy Grammer at Baldapalooza.  They have
appeared on major network television including Fox News Shepard Smith
Reporting, KTVB-TV, KIVI-TV and KBOI-TV Boise and Nashville’s WZTV-TV as
a featured artist.  Theyhave sang at Nashville venues such as the
famous Bluebird Café, The Listening Room, and The Stillery where they
shared the stage with other prominent country artists. While in
Nashville the group is a regular guest at Seacrest Studios.  They also
performed atthe Boise Music Festival with other artists including The
Band Perry and Flo Rida, and were also invited and participated in the
NFR National Finals Rodeo Cowboy Christmas event in Las Vegas for two
years in a row.  The hamster wheel is continuously spinning with several
episodes of Hamstercast,
a free podcast to inspire, relate and positively influence fans of
their age with their own personal stores and views. It is available for
download on iTunes and is hosted and produced by radio veterans Camo (host) and Dallas (producer) of syndicated radioshow Nashville Access.

To stay updates on the TRHibe, visit:


Facebook: @TheRunawayHamsters

Twitter: @TheRunawayHamst

Instagram: @TheRunawayHamsters  

YouTube: TheRunawayHamsters

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