Jersey’s CHRIS LUCIANI Drops “Don’t Bring Me Down” Dance-Rock Remake

CHRIS LUCIANI “Don’t Bring Me Down” reimagines the ELO classic with an infusion of rockin’ vocal grit and bright dance beats. The track sets up an upcoming EP, produced by multiple Grammy winner Robert Cutarella.

“Don’t Bring Me Down” will be released worldwide digitally via Mesa/BlueMoon Recordings / Ingrooves on ​May 19, 2017.  Listen here

Luciani released his debut EP Overload in 2016, with success on the college charts and a connection with fans worldwide. The Jersey native celebrates the music legacy of his state with a deep love of the greats in both rock and pop, which provide influence to his dynamic singing and authenticity in songwriting.

“Don’t Bring Me Down” was originally released by the Electric Light Orchestra in 1979 on their Discovery album, and reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. E.L.O. was just inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 7, 2017, with a wow performance which will air on HBO April 29.

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