Songstress Nikki Lane’s path to music isn’t a normal one. Moving out of her native South Carolina, Lane left for the bright lights of LA and bounced around until landing in NY where she started penning her first songs while dejected about her boyfriend being away in Atlanta recording his own album. Writing in her apartment in NY it all started pouring out, “I wrote a whole album in a month’s time and just decided I was going to make a record in Nashville. It was like my revenge record.” Her songs follow in the footsteps of Waylon Jennings, Loretta Lynn, John Prine & Merle Haggard, she’s a contemporary country artist telling stories in song format.
Give her first track “Gone, Gone, Gone” a listen and see why I think she’s got a very promising sound, and I’m really excited to hear more from this budding songwriter.
Grab her debut EP Gone, Gone, Gone.