Voted #1 Rockabilly Ameripolitan
Artist of the Year
Fronting his Chicago based band the Lovers, Wimberley, Texan born
Lance Lipinsky resurrects a haunting musical persona inspired from the past, carrying on the timeless tradition of mid century Rock & Roll music.
Showcasing a hybrid of driving Jerry Lee Lewis style piano rhythms and Elvis infused swagger in his original music, Lipinsky is a descendant, an evolution of his influences of the 1950's and 60's in his live shows as an
entertainer and songwriter in the fast growing Ameripolitan movement.
The Lover's debut album "Roll" was recorded using the original analog equipment from the historical Sun Records in Memphis, TN and is available online now.
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From Illinois to Tennessee, check out the behind the scenes story of the making of Lance's debut album Roll. Recorded on all traditional analog equipment of the 1950's and 60's, follow the Lovers as they record at Hi-Style Studios in Chicago to the Legendary Sun Records in Memphis and finally Custom Recorders in Crete, IL.
The Lovers would like to thank all the wonderful fans who voted for Lance as "Rockabilly Male" in the Ameripolitan Awards. Ameripolitan is a fastly growing new genre that preserves music with classic mid century roots influence. The Ameripolitan Awards is spreading awareness by giving new artists and bands a new label and genre to call their own. Their style has long been ignored by the failing, irrelevant mainstream record companies.