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Redline Drive - Friction EP (2016)


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Redline Drive is Classic Rock with an edgy modern sound, bringing back the feel-good music you love!

In March 2012, Redline Drive debuted on stage in the WAR of ROCK reality television show, starring music industry sensations Mark Slaughter of '80s multi-platinum band Slaughter, Chad Grey of Mudvayne and HELLYEAH, Sir Earl Toon of Kool & the Gang, and many more. Redline Drive was selected to compete among 15 of the biggest bands in the DFW Metro area and placed in the Top 5 by performing original songs "SCREAM" and "BACK TO YOU."

Summer 2012 saw the band hosting dates with rock music icon Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe, where Redline Drive was the touring band for the "Rockin' The Red Carpet" tour.

After The Rockin Red Carpet Tour with Vince Neil, Redline Drive was noticed by many club promoters and agents in Dallas for their live shows being described as a "non-stop party of women, dancing and Rock N Roll."
Redline Drive was picked up to play Dallas shows in October 2012 with Tracii Guns (former guitarist of Guns and Roses and LA Guns).

Summer of 2015 was a big year for Redline Drive, by releasing their first single "I'll Wait For You" as the big we're back announcement to the music industry and their home fans in Texas.

Currently, the band has just released their album "Friction".



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