The Red Wine Effect | Afternoon Cab

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Afternoon Cab

by The Red Wine Effect

Debut album for this Alt Country duo with a writing style somewhere between Wilson Phillips and Indigo Girls. Pairs well with an earthy Cabernet.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Too Many Irons in the Fire
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2. If I Call You Baby
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3. Bad Bad Boy
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4. Don’t Stop Tonight
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5. Oxygen
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6. Unwelcome Too
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7. Feel Pretty Tonight
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8. Kiss Me Back
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9. Not Coming Down
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10. Clean House
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11. Unwelcome Too (Acoustic)
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12. The Star-Spangled Banner
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Named for their beverage of choice, "Afternoon Cab" is the debut album for The Red Wine Effect, Americana duo based in Nashville, TN. Their style is somewhere between Wilson Phillips and Indigo Girls, infused with Country and Bluegrass elements. The album is a reflection of their eclectic tastes and writing styles and covers the gamut of a woman's emotions, from love and longing to revenge, pride and patriotism.

The Red Wine Effect is a collaboration of two singer/songwriter girlfriends Hollie Brogunier (Guitar/Vocals) and Kathy Redwine (Bass/Vocals) hailing from Maryland and Oregon respectively. Both girls moved to Nashville seeking to further their songwriting careers. They met in 2008, and immediately bonded over music, motherhood, and, of course, red wine.
When they began performing together at writers' nights in Nashville, it became apparent that two was better than one.

In October 2010, they decided to make it official and give the duo a name. The Red Wine Effect has been performing around Nashville at notable venues such as the Bluebird Cafe, The Hard Rock Cafe and they were also featured on WSM radio (home of the Grand Ole Opry radio show) In 2013, they performed at the Key West Songwriters Festival and toured in Florida,
Maryland, and Virginia. They have 2014 tour dates scheduled in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, North Carolina, Florida, and Oregon to promote this freshman album.

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