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NASHVILLE, TENN. - (February 11, 2022) – Jesse Lopez’s songwriting is seeped in his Mexican-Italian charm. The new release, “It Was Red” was written by Lucas Asbury and the emotional tug at his heartstrings resonates in the delivery of the song lyrics. Produced by Jamie Tate at the Rukkus Room in Nashville, TN, the song was brought to life by Jeff King on electric guitar, Alison Prestwood on bass, Mike Rojas playing piano, Steve Hinson added steel and Tommy Harden on drums with Jesse Lopez on acoustic guitar. Download and stream "It Was Red" on all digital music platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Pandora and more "The song just stood out to me in so many ways. From the first time I heard Lucas play it, I couldn't help but reminisce about the ups and downs of young love and past experiences," expressed Jesse Lopez. "Two of my favorite elements of songwriting are telling a story and wordplay. I like to envision this song as a fun way to cope with a letdown," shared songwriter Lucas Asbury. “... Red, and that was how she left me Out of the blue last night Without goodbye myself, all alone on a Friday night Asking why, ain’t you hoppin in my truck Right about now we’d be tearing up my driveway Outskirts bound wondering what her dad would say Bout her makeup on my button up Little Maker’s left in a coffee cup And you had my favorite dress on, it was Red…” Stay current with everything Jesse Lopez on his website and follow him on social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Music is available on all digital platforms, Apple Music, YouTube Music, Pandora, Spotify, Google Play and Amazon Music About Jesse Lopez: Jesse Lopez is a veteran musician who has been creating and playing his original music nationwide for nearly 15 years. His eclectic life experiences have created a unique sound that’s been capturing attention in Nashville with the most recent release of his sophomore EP, From Start to Finish. Lopez’s songwriting is seeped in his Mexican-Italian charm. A smart fusion of rock and country, combined with the flair of a true Nashville songwriter, puts Lopez in the same lane as artists such as Kane Brown, Luke Combs and Eric Church. No stranger to adversity, Jesse Lopez has successfully overcome alcoholism, drug addiction and homelessness. Spending years on the streets of Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City, Nashville, San Francisco and Las Vegas, he managed to continuously work in the music industry, even through his darkest days. January 2015 he found the strength to sobriety and has not looked back since. Lopez credits those years traveling the country, busking and learning his craft with a vast amount of experience and perspective on society, all of which translates into his music beautifully. Among his many accomplishments, Lopez graduated from the Los Angeles Film School Cum Laude with a degree in Audio. He interned at Westlake Studios in downtown Hollywood, California, where regular clients included pop artists, Rihanna and The Chainsmokers. Over the years, he’s had the opportunity to work with producers Jesse Wilson, Richard Finch, Sean Barron and Joe Smooth. He has written music in major studios that spans genres, including country, rock, hip-hop, pop, teen pop and Disney. Lopez plays multiple musical instruments including guitar, bass and piano, but focuses mostly on being a vocalist and has released 16 songs online and 10 professional videos inspired by life experiences. Passionate about children and safety in education, Lopez is proud of the non-profit organization he launched in July 2019, Saved By Wavs, which ensures the future and the safety of our children by installing security systems in schools. Other interests include nature, working on cars, mycology (the study of fungi, including mushrooms and yeast) and travel. An avid reader and lifelong learner who shares his home with two dogs, Llama and Repeat. Lopez rescued Llama 11 years ago in Las Vegas and Repeat is her biological offspring. He counts information reading as his favorite, but is known to enjoy a Tom Clancy novel as well. He’s a fan of the TV show, Dexter, the movie Dumb and Dumber and of course, Mexican food! While never a member of the military himself, Lopez is an avid supporter of all of our troops.

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