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Red Wanting Blue

Alternative rockers Red Wanting Blue formed at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, in 1995. Anchored by frontman Scott Terry, the band self-released their first album Velveteen in 1996. The Image Trigger followed two years later, and 2000's Model Citizen marked the first appearance of long-time bassist Mark McCullough.

The band's fourth album, Sirens, appeared in 2001, and Souvenirs of City Life followed in 2003. The sixth Red Wanting Blue album, 2004's Pride: The Cold Lover, was a breakthrough of sorts -- it brought them television placements on the shows Love Monkey and Life Is Wild. After its release, guitarist Greg Rahm joined the band. In 2006, Red Wanting Blue took 100 of their fans into the studio with them and recorded the live acoustic album The Warehouse Sessions, also filming the proceedings for a video release later that year.

For their eighth album, These Magnificent Miles, the band hired producer Jamie Candiloro (Ryan Adams, R.E.M., Willie Nelson) and settled into an Americana-based rock sound. The album was released in August of 2008, by which time the frequently changing lineup had finally gelled around Terry, McCullough, and Rahm, plus Eric Hall on guitar and lap steel and Dean Anshutz on drums.

In 2010, the band finally signed a label deal with Fanatic Records, an imprint of Caroline/EMI, and These Magnificent Miles was re-released in July of 2010, bringing them to a substantially larger audience. They were asked to contribute a song to the film Unraveled and were also the subject of a tour documentary. In 2011, again enlisting Candiloro to produce, they released From the Vanishing Point, which landed them in the Top Ten on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and received plenty of play on AAA radio. Their 2012 tour became their most successful yet; they sold out shows across the U.S. and made their network television debut on The Late Show with David Letterman. In the spring of 2013, Red Wanting Blue returned to the studio to begin working on their tenth album. The results, Little America, appeared in July 2014. ~ William Ruhlmann & Timothy Monger, Rovi
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tabunker2
See red wanting blue on the rock bout
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I've seen them many times and they are always awesome! Also they are very personable and sweet!
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To me, the best part about this band is that I know them....like personally KNOW them, including some of their family and relatives. Which I think proves that they are not only a great band, but great people as well.
Oh and by the way: O-H-I-O
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ogdenwood
Can't wait until they come to charleston sc this November. Saw them in corn city Ohio for the first time this summer. The best live show I've ever seen. So much energy.
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good old fashioned rock band. Have known them since they were just getting started & very happy to see them getting a more national recognition. LIVE is the best way to experience these guys HANDS DOWN
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slworth81
Love!!!!!
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anne.bartsch e r e r
Rocked the Music Festival in Pleasantvill e , New York this weekend.
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They sound like all the other depressing bands with bad singers from the 90's. Thumbs down
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bobrickely
Saw them in a small run down bar and was enchanted... a n d they keep coming back! Great guys to talk to and buy a drink for
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RWB is simply a very down to earth guys and do what they love. They definitely have a great gift. Ive had the chance to help these guys load in for a show in Murphy, NC. If you get a chance to see them, pay the money its worth it!!!!!
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celldave
Just an amazing band. They opened for another incredible band Carbon Leaf back in March and I simply fell in love with their music. Go see them live....you won't be disappointed .
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Saw them at HOB in Cleveland last Friday. Awesome. Pure Rock energy.
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Pure Awesomeness! ! I've seen shows down in Athens and here at the Grog Shop in Cleveland years ago! I love their music and would highly reccommend it to everyone!! Columbus.... W h a t s the name of my band Bit$%^!! Such a great opening line from a columbs show!
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Just saw these guys in Indy. THEY Rock. What a great live show!
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michael_blac k 6 7
Scott,

Moorestown forever!
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stampup
I didn't know who Red Wanting Blue was when I first heard them live. I didn't know any songs, but LOVED the performance anyway. I bought two CDs from them that night and I'm hooked. I will absolutely try to see them live again. You should too!
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I am really happy that I was reintroduced to this band recently. I used to catch them playing in BG back in the late 90's and now I see them every chance I get. What an amazing group of guys making amazing music. I hope they get the break that they deserve. If you get a chance to see them live, do it and take the chance to talk with them after the show.
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My new favorite band. The Rock Boat was amazing!
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bnelko
Definitely one of my favorites on TRB this year!
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fregney
WOW - would of loved to have been on the ROCK BOAT !!! I'm glad they impressed - saw them 5 times and have tickets for April in Canton
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msieg69
Just spent 4 days on THE ROCK BOAT with them. They impresseed the hell out of everybody!
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Love this band and their live shows are something you MUST experience!
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Fell in love via Las Vegas and when I heard them live it was hooked. Way too underrated.
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hands down the most underrated under appreciated band out there! the east coast needs to get on board with this band and fall in love!
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I heard them live in Charleston about 5 years ago, and I fell in love with their music! You should too! :)
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thierry96
One of the best, especially LIVE!
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gkss17
If you haven't heard this band live, you are missing out on quite possibly the greatest band ever. The music rocks you to your core, and the lyrics will make you realize the poets that Scott and everyone else are...I feel like i am partially John Cusack in High Fidelity with my obsession with music, and this would be one band on the top of every list!!! A song for every occasion, and each show is better than the last...I was at a show in Kent, when the sound system went down in the middle of a
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derwood294
Red Wanting Blue's music has evolved over the years with each new member that has been introduced into the band but the constant of this band has been and will be pure energy that they ooze at their live shows. The RWB library is a lot more extensive then Pandora plays and will hook you in from the first to last song. Because RWB is like a can of pringles once you pop you can't stop. This is must listen to band... nuff' said
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I first saw this band 3 years ago after a friend told me i should check them out. I couldnt believe what a great show it was. I didnt know any of their songs, yet i was sucked into their awesome live performance. I am a music junkie and Red Wanting Blue is one of my favorites, no doubt. Their new CD "These Magnificent Miles" is another great disk, check them out.
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I have been with this band since they started out over 13 years ago. They have changed their style and musicians throughout the years, but they definitely are a crowd pleaser. They know how to put on a show from the lighting and performances and entertaining the crowd. They have had a strong following from day one and they still bring in the people. If they are ever in your area I would definitely check them out and I am pretty sure you will be hooked.

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