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|Past members||Bernie Leadon
Run C&W was an American country music group composed of lead vocalist Russell Smith, formerly of the Amazing Rhythm Aces; banjoist Bernie Leadon, formerly of the Eagles and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band; along with Nashville songwriters Jim Photoglo and Vince Melamed, both of whom played various instruments. In the group, they were fictional non-identical quadruplets who went by the names of Crash'n Burns, G.W. Wash Burns, Side Burns, and Rug Burns. Their father was "Dad Burns".
Run C&W recorded two albums, both on MCA Records: 1993's Into the Twangy-First Century, followed by 1994's Row vs. Wade. The group's repertoire consisted of parodies and novelty songs, as well as bluegrass renditions of soul songs.
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|Row vs. Wade||
|1992||"Itchy Twitchy Spot" (Parody of "Achy Breaky Heart")||Into the Twangy-First Century|
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