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TONY LANE

Songwriter of “On My Way To You,” "A Little Past Little Rock," "Hello World," and "Letters From Home".

Tony Lane comes from the small town of Comanche, Texas. By way of Waco, he made his way to the bars of Ft. Worth and Dallas where he played until the early morning hours for many years. Tony made the move to Nashville back in the 90s and played many songwriter nights before signing his first deal with Famous Music. He quickly celebrated his first number one with LeaAnn Womack’s “A Little Past Little Rock”. This hit was followed by many others, including “Run” by George Strait, “Letters from Home” by John Michael Montgomery, “I Need You” by Tim McGraw (featuring Faith Hill), “Hello World” by Lady A, “Roll with It” by Easton Corbin, “On My Way to You” by Cody Johnson, and many others. Through the years he’s enjoyed cuts by Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Trace Adkins, Randy Travis, Alan Jackson, Chris Janson, and many others. 

Tony currently writes at Warner Chappell. He has cuts on the recent Kenny Chesney, Tim Mcgraw, Cody Johnson and Chris Janson albums.