'I love the sparse sound on this album - it kind of makes the songs more powerful.'
(Mike Lidskin of Twirl Radio, Sacramento, United States of America, on Runway 27, Left's album 'Weekend Warriors')
'When playing live, they really get the vibe going with the crowd and make them dance!'
(Tina Graf of BVZ, Austria, on Runway 27, Left's live performances)
"Runway 27, Left's two musicians 'Tone' and 'Whitefeather' are really nice guys, charismatic musicians who are truly accessible."
(Robert Ebhart of Viennese online magazine Jedlersdorfer Rundschau, Austria on Runway 27, Left's performances)
'Aptly titled, 'Tex-Mex Food And Texas Blues' combines easy lyrical stylings with a cool electric guitar riff to create a great anthem for any merry bar scene.'
(The Academia Music Awards, Los Angeles, USA)
Runway 27, Left is the blues project having former Trans Am/Sun Luca/Run Riot bass player Erich Brandl and My Other Brother lead vocalist Anthony "Tone" Kammerhofer team up. The musicians (Erich Brandl - guitars, bass, backing vocals and Tone - lead vocals, guitars) try to reconnect with the roots of pop and rock music, calling their style 'In-Blues Entertainment'.
With more than 80 performances from 2011 to 2015 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, acoustic duo Runway 27, Left's first album 'Weekend Warriors' was released on their label 'Weissfeder Records' in March 2012. The harbinger of their first album, radio-only release 'Flawed & Flattened', had already gathered radio airplay in the UK, the USA, Spain, The Netherlands, Australia, Germany, Austria and Macedonia.
Eventually, April and May 2012 saw their first, brief guest appearances upon invitation by local artists in Memphis, TN, and New Orleans, LA. February 2013 saw them back in Memphis, TN, for recording their first few songs for their upcoming second album at historic Sun Records Studio. The second part of their second album was recorded in September 2013 at Tonbrauerei Studios in Berlin, Germany (released in January 2014). In January 2016, Runway 27, Left received the Akademia Music Awards for Best Blues Song for 'Tex-Mex Food & Texas Blues'.
Album 'Weekend Warriors' playing on
Servus TV - Austria
Okto TV - Austria
TV21 - Austria
High Noon Saloon radio show - Austria
Radio Austrowelle - Austria
OkiTalk - Austria
Always Country - Australia
Blues-Time on Vechtdal FM - The Netherlands
Musician's Cooler Podcast - United States of America
Twirl Radio - United States of America
KHTL Hot FM Los Angeles - United States of America
102.8 Chorley FM - United Kingdom
Radio Seagull - United Kingdom
Severn FM - United Kingdom
Digital Blues - United Kingdom/France/United States of America
Radio Vilafant - Spain
Ems Vechte Welle - Germany
RTL 104.6 Berlin - Germany
Deep Blues Radio - Germany
Webradio Rock'n Blues - Germany
Radio Verrückte Hühner - Germany
Webradio Hexenschuss - Germany
Mojo Blues 94.1 FM, Radio 2 - Macedonia