New York City street smarts, haunted Southern summers, some laid-back California sunshine and a global nomad from Florida combine to create Jinnrail, a straight-up rock band with unbreakable songs. After moving to New York following years of serious traveling, singer/songwriter Reade Tilley formed the band in 2003 with drummer Marc Jordan. A couple of years later, the two got sick of the snow and headed for the palm trees and girls in LA. Guitarist and Kentuckian Matt Wiley joined them to record the band's new full-length 'Million Lifetimes,' and local bassist Lance Causey jumped on board when the band started playing live in LA. The sound is straight-up rock with unmistakably psychedelic, Southern and classic British influences. Think The Who meets Lynyrd Skynyrd, with a shot of Doors and Johnny Cash. Songs have been featured in shows on FOX and MTV, and there's been plenty of regular airplay on XM, college radio, and international radio. The guys have years of solid gigging under their belts, having paid their dues in NYC before rising to play that city's best venues and complete national tours. Just out of the studio with their new record, 'Million Lifetimes,' Jinnrail is already hitting the LA scene hard, currently playing gigs at such luminary LA venues as the Viper Room, among others.