A vocal quartet formed in the 1990s, consisting of Craig Morris (lead vocals), Billy Crittenden (baritone), Lee Hilliard (tenor) and Jim Chapman (bass). Crittenden co-wrote Diamond Rio's "Love a Little Stronger", and Chapman is the brother-in-law of Steven Curtis Chapman.
4 Runner released its debut disc in 1995, charting in the top 40 with "Cain's Blood". They also recorded a second album, but it was never released and they broke up. The band reunited in 2003 with Michael Lusk replacing Crittenden, and released one more album. They also sang backup on Craig Morgan's 2003 single "God, Family & Country", but soon broke up again.