Savage Entertainment’s Artist “Blind Innocence” Finds New Drummer in Guitar Center’s 28th Annual Drum Off Champ

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Local Country Band, “Blind Innocence” find a match with local drummer phenom, Mark Pacpaco.

Huntington Beach, CA, October 21, 2017 —- Local music promoter and publishing company, Savage Entertainment, announces today that their band “Blind Innocence” has found the newest member in drummer Mark Pacpaco.

Local alternative country band “Blind Innocence” has been together for 4 years now. The last year, however, has been an endless parade of session drummers for hire, in order to continue to perform at the high level that has become expected of them. Led by singer/songwriter Angelyn, the band has created quite a following around Los Angeles and Orange County area. The rest of the band consists of Kevin Celinder and Brandon Shelton on twin lead guitars and Christian Demman on the bass.

After more than a year of drum auditions and countless drummers, it seemed like the band was looking for the impossible fit. That is, until last week, when they found the perfect member in Mark Pacpaco. Mark is the winner of the 28th Annual Guitar Center’s drum off. Now, he’s the newest member of one of the most sensational young bands to come out of Orange County since, No Doubt. You can find Blind Innocence on their website at, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. They will be performing all over, so look them up and go watch them at their next show.

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