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Music: Red Wanting Blue

By Brian Baker · January 10th, 2012 · CityBeat Recommends
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During the past 15 years, Scott Terry, Red Wanting Blue’s frontman and only constant member, has self-released eight albums, welcomed and bid farewell to several members, enjoyed much critical acclaim, toured to within an inch of his sanity and amassed a rabidly dedicated fanbase that obsessively follows his Modern Rock outfit.

Given that, Terry isn’t intimidated by much of anything.

But From the Vanishing Point, RWB’s ninth album, transcended Terry’s previous experiences. The just-released album represents the band’s debut for an actual label.

“We signed with Fanatic in spring 2010 and they re-released our last record, These Magnificent Miles,” the vocalist/guitarist says from RWB’s Cleveland tour stop. “This is the first album we’ve made with Fanatic from scratch.”

The reissue or These Magnificent Miles created a few trickle-down effects — first and foremost, it interrupted RWB’s steady release schedule.

Red Wanting Blue performs at Jefferson Hall Tuesday with Green Light Morning. Read Brian Baker's full interview here.

 
 
 
 

 

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