The Redlines Welcome New Drummer Sandro Campagna


For more information, contact:
Brian Seese


April 26, 2021 (PITTSBURGH, PA) — The Redlines proudly welcome Sandro Campagna as their new drummer effective immediately replacing Mark Ciorra who left on good terms to spend more time with family.

Sandro most recently played with the esteemed Pittsburgh-area band, The Station Saints, and the short-lived Fistful of Ballers. With decades of experience and citing influences such as Mike Portnoy, Jeff Porcaro, and Steve Jordan, he’ll bring a nuanced feel behind the kit starting with his first performance at Local Music Madness #5 on June 4 at the Lyndora Hotel in Butler. PA.

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About The Redlines: Hailing from just north of Pittsburgh, PA, The Redlines have taken personal influences and past experience to create their own distinct blend of classic rock & roll with hints of 60’s soul, 70’s punk, and 80’s heartland rock mixed with a touch of power-pop and garage rock. No strangers to the stage or studio, Brian Seese and Jason Lizzi share lead vocal and guitar duties while Tony Vinski (bass) and Sandro Campagna (drums) fill out the formidable rhythm section.  Their latest album, the 2021 LP “Bones Under the Morning Sun” on Pittsburgh’s Swade Records, features the singles “Panic Attack and “Down to the River”. The Redlines have been played on Pittsburgh’s WXDX (105.9 The X), Butler’s WLER (97.7), Youngstown, Ohio’s WNCD (93.3 The Wolf), and on Sirius XM. They have performed across Western PA and Eastern Ohio in venues like Mr. Smalls, Jergels, The Buzzbizz as well as at festivals like The Deutschtown Music Festival, and for the last four years, The Band Jam Grass Roots Music Festival.

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