DVD Launch of Documentary on Ohio Band Red Wanting Blue

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2011

These Magnificent Miles: On the Long Road with Red Wanting Blue is a new documentary about Red Wanting Blue, a rock band from Ohio that is known as one of the top independent bands in the country. The film follows the band as they record and release their eighth album in the hopes of finally getting a record deal — more than a decade after forming. Now, These Magnificent Miles: On the Long Road with Red Wanting Blue is available for purchase on DVD at http://www.RedWantingBlueMovie.com.

Directed and produced by internationally known theater producer Ken Davenport, These Magnificent Miles is a powerful and gritty rock documentary about the big dreams of an underdog band. Critics have called Red Wanting Blue the best underground independent rock band in the United States of America, one of the top unsigned bands in the country, and a band that embodies a commitment to career that many bands only hallucinate about. But no matter how many records they sell, how much their fans love them, how many accolades from critics they receive, or how much they accomplish; it never seems to be enough. The film is an honest portrayal of the struggles that musicians go through to compete as the music industry changes, and it sheds a whole new light on Red Wanting Blues own metamorphosis from a group of small-town musicians to a well-known band with thousands of fans.

In an ultimate tribute to this band from the heartland, These Magnificent Miles: On the Long Road with Red Wanting Blue is available on DVD at http://www.redwantingbluemovie.com. The film follows the band on tour and the DVD features full-length Red Wanting Blue songs, never-before-seen concert footage, as well as interviews with the band members who have put their heart and soul into making music.

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