May 7, 2017 (PITTSBURGH, PA) — Pittsburgh-based band The Redlines are proud to introduce Mark Ciorra as their new drummer effective immediately. Previously, Mark has drummed from the hard rock band Ill Fated in the Pittsburgh region and has over 22 years of experience behind the kit. He brings a variety of influences and wide skill to the table as he will play the drum kit during electric shows and hand percussion at acoustic gigs. His first performance will be June 14, 2017 when The Redlines open for national-touring act Los Colognes at Brillobox.
For further information, contact Brian Seese (724-355-3494) or at email@example.com. Connect with The Redlines at www.theredlines.us, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/The_Redlines and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheRedlines.
About The Redlines: When one looks at all the pieces that shape The Redlines it comes down to one thing: Rock & Roll. Hailing from just north of Pittsburgh, PA, the 4-piece band has taken personal influences and past experience to create a sound they call, American Rock & Roll, a unique blend of twangy roots rock and crunching power-pop. No strangers to the stage or studio, Brian Seese and Jason Lizzi share lead vocal and guitar duties while Tony Vinski (bass) and Mark Ciorra (drums) fill out the rhythm section to create songs with a classic feel but delivered with a fury. Their latest album, the 2016 EP “This Road Can Go On” on Swade Records, features the single “County Road”, heard on Pittsburgh’s WXDX (105.9 The X), Butler’s WLER (97.7), Youngstown, Ohio’s WNCD (93.3 The Wolf), and is in the regular rotation of Tri Lakes Radio out of Colorado Springs, CO.