Lukas Nelson has undoubtedly benefited from being Willie Nelson's son. Unlike most legacy rockers, though, now that the younger Nelson has a spotlight, he no longer needs nepotism to keep people's attention. The 22-year-old roars through his unhinged version of country rock with way more edge than you'd expect from a star's progeny - particularly the offspring of a notorious stoner. You'll hear more Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan than "On the Road Again" in the mix when Nelson and his band, Promise of the Real, play the Lincoln this Wednesday.

Lukas Nelson has undoubtedly benefited from being Willie Nelson's son. Unlike most legacy rockers, though, now that the younger Nelson has a spotlight, he no longer needs nepotism to keep people's attention. The 22-year-old roars through his unhinged version of country rock with way more edge than you'd expect from a star's progeny - particularly the offspring of a notorious stoner. You'll hear more Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan than "On the Road Again" in the mix when Nelson and his band, Promise of the Real, play the Lincoln this Wednesday.