Raised in a show business family in the deep south, Lane was influenced by the Mississippi Delta Blues, New Orleans
Soul and Funk, and Memphis Rock and Roll. He played in The Dawnbreakers band through
high school and studied music at Louisiana State University.
While at LSU he formed a trio that performed in prestigious rooms across the country:
The Hawaii Kai on Broadway in New York City,
the Regency Hyatt Hotel, Club Atlantis in Atlanta, GA,
and the Kings Inn Resort, Freeport, Bahamas.
While playing in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Lane’s group was seen by football
legend, Joe Namath, and become the house band at Joe’s
new club, "The Bachelor’s Three."
The band was honored to play for such celebrities as Muhammed Ali,
Tom Jones, Stephen Stills of
Crosby-Stills-Nash & Young, and many celebrity athletes.
This led to an extended engagement at the "The Bachelor’s Three" in Boston, MA.
During his time in Boston, Lane enrolled in the renown Berklee College of Music studying Arranging,
Composition, Electronic Music, and Guitar. In his two years at Berklee, he formed a new group called
Cameron and soon moved the group to southern Florida. In the eight
years that followed, Cameron performed across the south in various clubs, colleges, and
concerts. They released two albums of mostly original songs and concert favorites.
When appearing in Alabama, Cameron caught the attention of the Allman Brothers Band.
Greg Allman, Dicky Betts, and
Chuck Levell came in after their concert to sit in with the band. That recording
can be heard on YouTube.
Lane moved to Nevada in 1985 and has performed in the casinos of Lake Tahoe, Reno,
and Las Vegas for a number of years.