The world’s best Jerry Lee Lewis tribute artist sees rock and roll as his day job

Lance Lipinsky was a child prodigy who left for Vegas at 17 to start his music career.

Growing up in south central Texas, Lance Lipinsky learnt from some of the great local musicians and as a child prodigy, he knew at an early age what he was destined to do. Lance was the bad boy of his school, the practical joker. After being expelled fourteen times he finally at the age of 17 left for Vegas and the start of his career. Lance has since become the best Jerry Lee Lewis tribute artist ever. His original song "Move Move Move" is a reflection of his background and the kind of music he wants to create and play. 

From his performance at the famous Continental Club in Austin, Texas to his role in the Million Dollar Quartet in Chicago, Lance is true to his roots. 

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