Join us on Oct. 21 as Showcase 61 welcomes back one of Country music’s most buzzed about up and coming artists.
Big Spark recording artist Olivia Lane’s debut EP Love Thing premiered New and Noteworthy on iTunes and on Sirius XM’s “Fresh Female Voices of Country Music” Olivia is produced by award winning producer/musician Ilya Toshinskiy (Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, Florida Georgia Line, Rascal Flatts and more). Olivia has opened for Wynonna and Frankie Ballard and hosts a local music series called Diva Jam at listening rooms around Nashville. Her new self-titled EP, Olivia Lane is available now in stores and on iTunes!
Lane is a Houston native singer/songwriter that moved to Nashville in 2013 to pursue her career in music. If there’s one thing that stands out about Olivia Lane, it’s her pure, unbridled energy. It’s reflected in her big, dynamic voice; in her performance, which bursts with passion and levity. She’s often been compared to vocal standouts Jennifer Nettles and Sara Evans and welcomes this high praise. Olivia’s sound is a combination of country elements – mandolin, banjo, lyrics sweetly laced with a pop energy and locomotive rhythms that capture her ever-moving spirit. “Country music, everyone has their own definition,” she says. “For me, it’s a lifestyle and it’s true lyrics. If you’re writing something that’s true to you then that’s country.
Lane’s interactive approach to her fans has proved to be a big hit. Ever the open book, she shares every minute with her fans through YouTube videos and social media. “I want to be very open with my fans and friends,” she says, “and be open in my life – because life is great.
The Palace Theatre
61 Atlantic St
Stamford, CT 06901
Friday, Oct. 21 at 9:00 PM
All sales final; no refunds or exchanges allowed. Artists, dates, times, prices, venues, subject to change.
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Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the theatre.