Emma Lane grew up in a musical family performing since she was 16 in her father’s rock band, covering rock n’ roll greats like Led Zeppelin, Heart, Janis Joplin, and Pat Benatar. Through the years she floated in and out of bands and began writing her own songs and work as a solo act.
Starting from the ground up, Lane immediately caught the eye of Frettie, a national songwriting community that named her songwriter of the month in March of 2013, before her debut ep came out.
Before long, Emma was invited down to Nashville to record her debut ep “Noise from the Basement,” penned by Lane, which led to 6 national nominations for her vocals and songwriting in 2014, winning Best Country Recording for her first single “At the Crossroads.” This led to regional, national, and international radio air play, playing 100 shows a year and traveling the U.S. to perform at music conferences such as Millenium Music Fest, SS Cape May and the famed SXSW for rising indie musicians.
Through social media and her own marketing, Lane perked the ears of BMI award winning, hit songwriter, Kristy Jackson ofFever Pitch Publishing, who is responsible for Reba McEntires hit, “Take It Back.” Together, the two wrote Lane’s current single “Little Bit of Somethin'”. Staying true to her back to basics roots, a behind-the-scenes music video was also released for the single. “Little Bit of Somethin'” also led to multiple tv and radio appearances, press, and landed Lane, with an endorsement deal with Clayton USA
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