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Red Wanting Blue
Red Wanting Blue also known as RWB is a rock and roll band led by Scott Terry that formed in Athens, Ohio in 1996.
In 1999 the band relocated to Columbus, Ohio, the city Red Wanting Blue now calls home.
RWB has been touring the US for over a decade playing around 200 live shows a year.
Red Wanting Blue has been known as an explosive live act to follow, with Terry being compared to some of the most entertaining frontmen in the industry.On April 20, 2010 RWB announced that after fourteen years of operating as an independent band, they would be signing a three album contract with Fanatic Records (Caroline/Capitol Music Group/Universal Music Group) out of New York City.
The band (known for their independence and unwillingness to bend to fleeting musical trends) stated that they had never considered signing a record contract before, but embraced Fanatic Records' "mom and pop" mentality.The band has released nine full length albums to date: Velveteen (1996), Image Trigger (1998), Model Citizen (2000), Sirens (2001), Souvenirs of City Life (2002), Pride: The Cold Lover (2004), The Warehouse Sessions (2006), These Magnificent Miles (2008 & re-release, 2010) and From The Vanishing Point (2011).
From the Vanishing Point debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart.RWB's national appearances include Late Show with David Letterman, CBS - July 18, 2012., VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live - October 16, 2012, Mountain Stage, NPR - November 5, 2012.Red Wanting Blue is rumored to be releasing a highly anticipated 10th album (untitled) in late 2013 or early 2014.