Colorado’s Runaway Express may possibly not be widely known beyond the Rocky Hill area, but they’ve issued a number of albums over time, have developed a repertoire of just one 1,200 tracks, and also have backed such renowned performers while Chuck Berry, the “Ragin’ Cajun” Doug Kershaw, as well as the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s John McEuen and Jimmy Ibbotson. The Runaway Express’ market leaders have remained vocalist/guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Jim Ratts and vocalist Salli Ratts, who are became a member of by fellow people Scott Bennett (acoustic guitar), Chris Stongle (percussion), Ted Cole (flute, sax, vocals), Dr. Daniel Jones (pedal metal), and Ernie Martinez (banjo). On stage, Runaway Express mixes unique compositions with a wholesome dose of rock and roll and move/folk covers from the ’50s and ’60s, while such guests as David Bromberg, Michael Martin Murphey, the Kingston Trio, and John Prine possess jammed using the group. The ’90s noticed launch of such albums as Slot of Secret, Tilt A GLOBAL, Through the Archives, and a pal Holly tribute, Yeah, Pal!, as the music group won several regional awards because of their musical accomplishments. Furthermore with their Runaway Express responsibilities, Jim Ratts provides penned music for the Limeliters, the Kingston Trio, as well as the Dillards, and provides played with the medial side task, the Crazy Jimbos, every once in awhile (issuing such albums being a self-titled debut and Crazy Jimbos II). Additionally, Salli Ratts provides issued her very own solo album, Today & Then.