By the time he was twenty-one, J.T. Lopez had the kind of success many musicians can only dream of. He was a highly sought after session player in his native Puerto Rico, playing gigs and touring with some of the island’s top musicians. But he gave it all up to follow his own beat.
Photo by Maria Loewenstein
Get a peek of J.T.’s new band, Snow In Africa.
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