"Among the other highlights of the festival were Knives in the Attic, The Vanity, Greyscale, Fletch, Adam Lopez, Yo Flaco, Sarah Bettens, Matt Jones, Kate and Kacy Coppola, Black Tie Dynasty, Fielding, Jodelle, Lylah, Ants Have Voices, Ralph Jones Band and Malcolm Palmer."
“Also this coming weekend, I can recommend Adam Lopez & His Mighty LoCasters and Brian Parton at Zodiac on Saturday. I caught a set by recent Oklahoma ex-pat Lopez at SouthSide Johnny's last Thursday, and was impressed by his rockabilly-influenced originals along with covers of Muddy Waters' "Got My Mojo Working" and jump-bluesman Jimmy McCracklin's "Georgia Slop." Lopez also managed to work the theme from The Munsters into a guitar solo, and was joined by fellow Tulsa refugee Parton (who's been known to call himself "Danger's lonely friend") on a closing rendition of Billie "The Kid" Emerson's "Red Hot."”
“it's time to get reacquainted with Lopez and push away any preconceived notions of what he or his music may be or represent. Lopez's superpower is front and center on the new disc and it's ....unfiltered, straight up rock & roll -- straight from the heart and Fender tube amp. If you like it simple and straight forward, you won't be disappointed. ”
"Another local artist that's making the trip South in hopes of stealing some of the spotlight is Adam Lopez. Lopez will be a great representative of Tulsa as he isn't bound by genre and doesn't fit any stereotypes. Live, Adam mixes a little rock, funk, reggae, jazz, soul and blues then lets the evening's vibe carry the music wherever it wants to go -- something Austin music fans should be able to appreciate."
"Lopez is indeed a souljah, one who knows how to make a poignant message go down in the most delightful way."
"This is an album that you settle into and get comfortable with--kind of like breaking in a good pair of jeans."
"...truely a treat..."