2016 is almost in the books and there have certainly been some great live albums released. The Blues Rock Review staff breaks down the Top 5 live albums of 2016.
Posts Tagged ‘Lance Lopez’
For years, Lance Lopez has been a mainstay in the blues rock scene. With an already prolific solo career, Lopez is branching out as a member of Supersonic Blues Machine. The group featuring Fabrizio Grossi and Kenny Aronoff just released its debut album to rave reviews and Blues Rock Review caught up with Lopez to […]
The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler: Volume 3 features nine exciting blues rock acts from around the globe, and is now available for free download. TRACK LISTING 1. Lance Lopez – Get Out And Walk 2. Jake Chisholm – That’s All They Could See 3. The Heavy Heavy Hearts – Bottom Of The Bottle 4. Albany Down […]
Are you a fan of Stevie Ray Vaughan? You’ll want to check out Henrik Freischlader, Terry Quiett, and Lance Lopez.
Hailing from Texas, home of blues legends Johnny Winter and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lance Lopez’s sixth studio album Handmade Music brings his own brand of heavy guitar riff, electric blues. The eleven track album is driven by bold, loud guitar riffs and solos, solid blues bar rhythms, but following the blues album pattern of having […]
If there is anyone out there that fits the blues-rock genre to a tee it’s Lance Lopez. Salvation From Sundown is a blues album that rocks hard. From the moment the album begins with “Love of Mine” Lopez shreds and doesn’t let up. His riffs are nasty and the grittiness of his voice meshes with […]