At the beginning of 2011, Lanie won a slot on the Sydney Big Day Out line-up thanks to Triple J's Unearthed Competition discovering her song, What Do I Do.
This was followed by accompanying You Am I's Tim Rogers in Trigger Finger, several live shows including UK and US tours and and invitation from the one and only Jack White to record a courple of tracks in his Nashville studio.
Ain't Hungry, a 7" single produced by and featuring Jack White, was released on White's on Third Man Records as a part of the acclaimed Blue Series.
in October Lanie Lane released her debut album, To The Horses on Ivy League Records, which made a stunning debut at number 12 on the ARIA Album Chart.
To The Horses is a collection fo 11 songs – including single Oh Well That's What You Get Falling In Love With a Cowboy – that duck and weave through a heady mix of early rock 'n' roll, blues and rockabilly, serving up fantastic tales of love, lust, heartbreak and the imporatance of a good guitar. All this delivered by one of the most undeniably distinctive voices and charming characters in Australian music.
On the back of the album's success, earlier this month Lanie played her very first, sold-out headline Australian tour, including two Melbourne and four Sydney shows.
Lanie soon took to the road again as part of Straight To You, Triple J's Nick Cave tribute tour.
November has also seen Lanie nominated for Triple J's Unearthed Artist of the Year award and be announced as performing at the South by South West festival in Austin, Texas in March 2012.
Now add Lanie to Brian Setzer's Rockabilly Riot national tour and you've got one hell of a year for Ms Lane!
Brian Setzer's Rockabilly Riot, with special guest Lanie Lane, will perform at the Thebarton Theatre on Monday 26 March 2012.
Where: Thebarton Theatre, 112 Henley Beach Rd, Torrensville
When: Monday 26 March 2012
Tickets on sale at Venuetix from 9am Friday November 25 2011.