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Lanie Lane


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Lanie Lane (born 11 February 1987) is the stage name of Lanier Stefanie Myra Johnston an Australian blues-jazz singer-songwriter and guitarist. In October 2011 her debut album, To the Horses, peaked at No. 12 on the ARIA Albums Chart. Lane supported the album with a headlining tour of Australia. She undertook her second international tour in late 2011. Biography: Lanie (pronounced "Lannie") Lane was born on 11 February 1987 as Lanier Stefanie Myra Johnston and grew up in Sydney. From 12-years-old, Lane was taught guitar by her father and older brother. Music: On 24 September 2010 she issued her debut single, "What Do I Do", which is the theme tune for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation TV series, Crownies (from July to December 2011). Lane was working as a florist to raise finances for her debut album, To the Horses. She recorded most of the album in February 2011. In August she added the lately written track, "(Oh Well) That's What You Get (Falling in Love with a Cowboy)"....


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