Detective Shane Volk Memorial Concert Hosted by Red Sky Riot & The A Team
Roll It Over (Album Release!), 410-50
20 Market Place
Baltimore, MD, 21202
Doors 3:00 PM / Show 4:00 PM
Red Sky Riot
This concert is being held to raise money for the family of Baltimore Detective Shane Volk, who was tragically lost in a car accident in July. Red Sky Riot, Roll It Over and 410-50 will play a mix of your favorite songs and provide a night of fun in return for your donation to the Volk Family.
Red Sky Riot (formerly Fight For Eli) was formed from the band "Sucker Punch ". The band took on a purpose when Eric met Paul Matthews and learned about the story of the brave Eli Matthews who passed away at 10 years old of childhood cancer. Red Sky Riot works in conjunction with the Eli Seth Matthews Foundation as well as the Not on My Watch Foundation of Baltimore City Police Officer Dave Hare.
Roll It Over (Album Release!)
Formed in April of 2011, Roll It Over immediately began constructing songs comprised of big choruses and catchy guitar riffs. With a sound that takes it's influences from 70's arena rock, 80's progressive music, and 90's alternative rock, the band has worked hard to build a sound that is unique, yet easily accessible.
Over the past few years, the band has managed to build a fan base throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and has shared the stage with many well known acts like Saving Abel, 12 Stones, Hurt, Smile Empty Soul, and Taproot.
The band's debut EP, "Dawning on the Red Streets," was recorded at Fairgreen Studios and features 5 songs including "Memories" and "Once You're Gone" which have received radio play on stations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and South Carolina. Each song was carefully constructed to create atmosphere and feeling, which can be felt through the melodic vocal and guitar arrangements, and the raw energy provided by the bands powerful rhythm section. That, coupled with hard work of producers Kenny Kingsborough and Brian Melvin, led to what the band feels is their finest work to date.