Lopez commands the stage when he steps behind the microphone. His dark sunglasses, black cowboy hat and PRS guitar resting next to his hip make him look more like an outlaw than a Texas bluesman. He can feel the blues as his hands slide across his guitar's neck. He's been channeling them since he was a child, jamming with neighborhood kids in Shreveport, Louisiana. Sharing the stage with the likes of Lucky Peterson, Buddy Miles and soul-singer Johnnie Taylor has helped Lopez to create a progressive blues sound. And he's opened for B.B. King, Jeff Beck, Steve Vai and ZZ Top. His version of "Red House" with Andy Timmons is awe-inspiring, and his benefit for Bugs Henderson in 2012 redefines what it means to... More >>>
Lance Lopez is one of Dallas’ best blues guitarists.