Lucciano started Playing drums at the age of 3 and realizing it was his passion and he continued to pursue music as a life long journey.
Lucciano played with the Lawrence Welk band at the ripe old age of 8 with Donny C. He signed his first deal when he was 14 with Enigma Records.
Upon moving to Los Angeles in his early career, Lucciano’s skills were immediately in demand as a session and live musician as well as a producer when able.
Never afraid of a new challenge, Lucciano also worked with several major film companies like Sony, Dreamwork’s, Warner Brothers, Imax and others on various projects, expanding his horizons of experience.
Lucciano was the main member of the band Kidd Nasty, which toured heavily in the late 80’s and early 90’s.
He was hired to build 4 1st class recording studios in the LA area for Systec corp.
Lucciano did a guest show with Chaka Kahn for MD Ben Cario. Also Al Di Meola and members of Chick Corea.
Following a number of years in the "LA scene", Lucc relocated to Las Vegas and began working on several studio projects for Bob Kulick, Wendy Dio and many indie artists.
During these sessions Lucciano connected with guitarist Neil Citron and formed the band "Black Cat 6”. The first single was released Halloween 2019 and the album came out in November.
Lucciano and Neil have completed a second CD and released a song called Brother, written about their dear friend Frankie Banali.
Neil and Lucciano are recording drums for their 3rd and 4th CD’s this August, completing their material for the Box Set.