From the honky tonks of Texas, to the beach bars of Los Angeles, through the studios of Nashville all the way to tours of France, Spain, Germany and Switzerland James Lynch has played his brand of rockin' country music for every audience and in every kind of venue possible.
Because of his strong rock and country background, James' style may fall somewhere between that of Steve Earle and Lyle Lovett with a lot of latin, blues and jazz influences.
James is especially known for his live performances, singing and playing electric and standup bass with his backing group Interstate 40.
His last album, Interstate 40 (AZ Records) was produced with two-time Grammy nominated group the Moody Brothers and featured a special appearance by Tex-Mex superstar Flaco Jimenez. His upcoming album, Change, is scheduled for fall release.
Descendant of Irish immigrants, James was born in New Jersey, raised in California and Texas and currently resides in Arizona. Besides touring in support of his records, James has performed with his group at various venues in Barcelona, including La Boite and Luz De Gas.