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NASHVILLE, TN (November 10, 2016) – Rising country newcomer Olivia Lane
is slated to release the deluxe edition of her self-titled EP (Big
Spark Music Group) on November 18. With the standard edition already
garnering praise from media and fans alike, the new version features two
additional tracks – the mystifying “Ghosted” and Lane’s jubilant take
on Brenda Lee’s beloved holiday classic, “Rockin’ Around The Christmas
Tree”- as well as the music video for vibrant single "Make My Own Sunshine." Produced
by GRAMMY-nominated musician and 2015 Academy of Country Music’s (ACM)
“Studio Recording Award” honoree Ilya Toshinskiy, the talented newcomer
co-wrote seven of the nine songs on the project.
Recently named one of Womanista’s “10 Artists To Watch For At Next Year’s CMA Awards” and praised by Sounds Like Nashville as “one of the fastest rising talents in the business,” the singer/songwriter will appear on TODAY in Nashville this Friday (11/11) to perform her bold track “My Heartache,” also featured on the deluxe EP.
9. “Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree” (Johnny Marks)
Connecting with Country fans in a new way, Lane launched the “She Fits” tour contest, where fans can enter to win
a “house party” performance from the Texas native herself right in
their own living room or backyard. Previously she has opened select
dates for Cam, Wynonna Judd, Kip Moore and Randy Houser.
for her effervescent personality and powerhouse vocals, Lane has been
selected for iTunes Country New Artist Spotlight, named an Entertainment Weekly “Breaking Big” artist, featured as one of Rolling Stone Country’s
"10 New Country Artists You Need To Know" and spotlighted in CMT’s
Listen Up Music Discovery Program. The fresh-faced newcomer has been
immersed in the craft and tradition of Country music since she was a
little girl, eager to follow in the footsteps of her mother who was a
Country singer. In college at USC, she honed her calling studying music,
songwriting and acting. Immediately upon graduation, Lane moved to
Nashville to pursue her lifelong dream of a career in Country music.