Thursday, November 23, 2017
Olivia Lane and Friends
The Listening Room Cafe
Thu, Nov 16 8:30 pm


For country music today, Olivia Lane is clearly the right girl at the right time. She’s strong, dynamic, smart, funny, and above all, an entertainer. Much of her confidence is rooted in her upbringing in Texas. Her mother was a local Texas country singer who always made sure Olivia had access to any music that inspired her. Olivia started writing songs at age 16. She got so serious about it that she managed to persuade her mother to move with her to Los Angeles, where she finished high school and studied voice, dance, acting and guitar. She ultimately landed in Nashville, where her self-titled debut EP stirred interest throughout and beyond Music Row in 2016.  She earned opening slots with Gary Allan, Easton Corbin, Kip Moore and Wynonna, and booked her own ‘She Fits’ house tour doing dates in private homes throughout the country. From stages and writing rooms, from youthful passions for music as diverse as Blondie and Patsy Cline, Michael Jackson and Alan Jackson, Olivia Lane has already achieved an uncanny self-awareness, artistically and personally. “I’m a musical melting pot,” she declares. “If I have to categorize myself I’d have to say I’m pop country because I identify with the country lifestyle but pop music is stylistically all over the map, just like me, and that peaks my interest.”  Most recently Lane has been writing and recording new music, forgoing a classic EP release in favor of releasing one song at a time directly to her fans which Lane did with her release of “Wrong Girl” this summer. “So now, when people ask me who I sound like, I tell them the truth. ‘I sound like myself.’”  

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