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Erica Lane is a prolific vocalist and songwriter from Nashville, captivating audiences around the world with her blend of inspirational lyrics and sweeping ballads, energetic performances, and a touch of elegance.
A former Miss Houston and Top 10 US Miss World, Lane has toured the United States and abroad and has performed at events with notables such as Jon Voight, George Lopez and Chonda Pierce. Lanes music has been featured in nearly a dozen film and television soundtracks, starring actors such as Ving Rhames (Mission Impossible), Muse Watson (NCIS), Eric Close (Without A Trace) and Brian Litrell of the Backstreet Boys. As she continues to produce stunning, imaginative lyrics and melodies, the demand grows for her involvement in cinematic productions.
Lane has made numerous television/radio appearances including Music City Late Night with Ronnie McDowell, Downtown Radio in Belfast, Ireland, Sunny 99 in Orlando, Miracle Channel in Calgary, KSBJ in Houston and many other TV and radio shows across the US, Canada, and the UK.
Lanes original song, "Believe in America," was featured as the theme song for the syndicated talk show, Be the People. Her patriotic album of the same name was sponsored by US Wings, Inc. and uniquely distributed to its company's clientele. Lane's song, "For Those Who Love Him," is the official theme song for Gospel For Asia's theatrical release of the movie, Veil Of Tears, narrated by Natalie Grant. Her original, "Angels In The Snow," was featured in the movie, A Christmas Snow, also noted on her album, A Merry Little Christmas, which was chosen by OnCourse Magazine as the Classic Christmas Standout for 2011.
In addition to music, Lane starred in the family-friendly reality TV series, Inspired Ambition, syndicated on national networks (FamilyNet, JCTV, Cornerstone TV) in the USA, Canada, Africa, Estonia, Finland, Poland, Romania, India and others. Lane has also appeared in commercials for Chili's and the Superbowl Pre-Game, as well as the TBS series Daisy Does America, produced by Courtney Cox and David Arquette.
Lane has performed benefit concerts in support of Give Kids the World Village in Orlando, FL. She is also an Artist Ambassador for GFA's Women Reaching Women as well as the Executive Director for CWIMA's National Music Showcase for Women.
Venues and events featuring Erica Lane have included the Cleveland IX Center, Beverly Hills Moondance Festival Awards Gala, Hard Rock Cafe in Nashville, Billy Graham's Cove, The Texas Amphitheatre, Johnny High's Music Review, Tennessee State Fair (main stage), Lincoln Theater, Lifelight Festival and many others. Lane's annual Christmas tour is very popular and frequents historic theaters throughout the USA each December.
For more information, visit www.EricaLane.com.