Runaway June wrangles a ‘Cowboy for Christmas’

Original holiday track available now

Runaway June takes the sleigh reins in their own gloves and delivers a “Cowboy For Christmas.” The original track written by the ladies of Runaway June — Jennifer Wayne, Natalie Stovall, and Stevie Woodward — alongside writer and producer Paul Sikes is available across all streaming platforms just in time for the holiday season.

Featuring cozy three-part harmony and a timeless, western-pop charm, Runaway June call in a favor to the North Pole this Christmas… asking for the one thing on every country girl’s list. With classic strings and steel guitar, they dream of Stetsons, spurs, snowflakes and snuggles, hoping not to ride alone after Santa stops by. “I’ve got that wide open range / I’ve got a winter wonderland view / I got some horses in the stable / Twinkling lights on the roof / Dear Santa, bring me a cowboy for Christmas.”

“We are so excited about our new Christmas song,” Wayne says. “I’ve had this idea stirring around in my head since we released our Christmas album a few years ago and was just waiting for the right time and right people to write it with. There is such a beauty and romance in the American West, and we wanted to capture that imagery combined with Christmas spirit.”

The festive song comes on the heels of the release of the trio’s first new music since Stevie Woodward joined Runaway June. Stacking press love, “Broken Hearts (Do Broken Things)” kicks off a bold new era for the trio.

Buddy Iahn
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