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Running On Empty Band sings the songs of Jackson Browne and the Laurel Canyon Sound like no other band. With hit tunes and signature harmonies by Jackson Browne, The Eagles, The Byrds, CSN, Little Feat, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt, Joni Mitchell and more, you will be transported to the hills and winding canyons, the endless road and the Sunset Strip, while rocking to blasts from your past— and ours!

What they’re saying about Running On Empty Band

“I have seen this band and they are amazing, energetic and fun to watch.”
—Jonny Rosch, Original Blues Brothers Band

“I recently had the pleasure of emceeing a charity concert, for MusiciansLifeline.org  starring “Running on Empty.” Remember THAT VIBE I referred to earlier? It was EVERYWHERE that night. Not just from “ROE,” but from the entire audience! Everyone singing along. Pure contentment, pure joy!”
—Kristine Stone, SiriusXM

“Listening to Running On Empty is one wonderful experience! Hearing those great Jackson Browne songs coming off that stage is a thrill. The band delivers with high energy and great musicianship. If you close your eyes you feel like you’re in Laurel Canyon and it ‘s 1977 all over again!
—Middleman Burr

“I was so impressed! Congratulations on a sold out show.”
—Hollywood Steve Gaspár, Hollywood All Stars

Running On Empty: Benefit for Musician’s Lifeline
Videotaped by Media Arts Center of Orange, CT.  Multi-track audio recorded by Steven LaPointe and mixed by Andy Gundell.

Band Photo

Live Photo


Stage Plot     
Download Stage Plot:  ROE.stage plot 2018

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For booking inquiries contact:
Jonathan “The Rock Doc” Schneider
jonathans9@mac.com
(203) 379-7016

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