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"The son of Rock & Roll.” - Bo Diddley
"What’s good doesn’t die,” is a childhood inheritance 28 years old Texas native Lance Lipinsky feels obligated to broadcast to audiences. In a birthright that resurrects a haunting musical persona from the past, Lance carries on the tradition of his heroes in a crusade that is the “retro revival.”
Showcasing driving Jerry Lee Lewis style piano rhythms and Elvis inspired swagger in his original music, Lance is a modern day evolution, almost a descendant of his influences of the 50’s and 60’s in his live shows and in his song writing. An entertainer and songwriter, Lipinsky delivers an explosive piano performance showcasing his influences of the 1950s and ’60s in his original music and unforgettable live stage show. In the world of rockabilly, many front men stood behind guitars, but few till this day stand behind a piano. Like his 1950s piano heroes of Fats Domino, Floyd Krammer, Charlie Rich, Ray Charles and Little Richard, Lipinsky carries on this boogie-woogie heritage behind 88 keys, taking on a new-age Jerry Lee Lewis persona. These influences are resurrected in his original music, a modern day evolution of the ’50s and ’60s era.
Being born too late has its advantages. Lance started on the Las Vegas strip at a mere 17 years old and made his national television debut at the original Ryman Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn. He currently portrays his piano pioneer hero Jerry Lee Lewis in “Million Dollar Quartet,” with more than 2,000 performances under his belt since 2010 at the Apollo Theater in Chicago. An original cast member in “Million Dollar Quartet” for more than five years, he’s leaving to go on tour with his band and to start a residency at the Hard Rock Cafe Chicago for the month of January with his new show, “Rock Baby Rock.” Stay tuned for updates on Lance's first album and be sure to check out his wild live show at the Cedarburg Cultural Center, you won’t want to miss it!
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