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About the video

Red Wine, performing "Across The Great Divide" by Kate Wolf.

About the artists

In 2007 and 2008 Red Wine has played in front of a few thousand people at the
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in San Francisco, a massive event which is
held at the Golden Gate Park and has an audience of approximately 250.000
people during the three days of the festival.

In February, 2008, Red Wine celebrated the band's 30th anniversary with a
concert at the Teatro Della Gioventù in Genova, with past and present Red
Winos and some special guests, including singer-songwriter Massimo Bubola,
who penned "Il Cielo d'Irlanda" which appeared on the band's CD "Winter's come
and gone".

RED WINE's most recent adventure is called the Red Wine Bluegrass Party: in
the course of two evenings, on February 13th and 14th, 2009, Red Wine and
Tim O'Brien gave to delighted audiences their music and the product of a
magical as well as natural interaction on stage between the band and one of the
world's greatest interpreters of Bluegrass, Folk and Country music (and more).
The guys in Red Wine intend to make the Party an annual event, and are
already working on the 2010 edition.

RED WINE has produced a self-titled cassette, an LP titled "Full Taste" (which
was promoted on a nationwide tour with banjo wiz Tony Trischka), a cassette
titled "Italian Flavor", a 20th Anniversary CD in 1998 “Times & Changes –
original Red Wine since 1978”, and the CD “Italian Cats” in 2001, featuring
Kathy Chiavola on vocals on a couple of songs. In 1999 the band also released
a video clip of their own rendition of the Dylan’s song “You’re Gonna Make Me
Lonesome When You Go”. Red Wine's latest CD, "Winter's come and gone",
was released at the end of 2007, and features the great Tim O'Brien guesting on
fiddle on four cuts.