A true triple threat, Marga Lane is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Upon graduating from the esteemed Berklee College of Music in Boston, she moved to Los Angeles to further pursue her career as a performing artist and songwriter. Marga Lane has turned her focus from writing for other artists, to writing for herself. In 2013, she released her first EP entitled, Expressions, which is now available on iTunes and Spotify. Marga Lane was recently featured as a guest (performer) on the SiriusXM radio show hosted by former *NSYNC member, Lance Bass, entitled “Dirty Pop with Lance Bass”. Previously, she has released music videos for her singles, “Rebound” and “Believe.” Marga Lane is currently back in the studio working on new projects.

Marga Lane has been surrounded by music since birth. She has her great grandmother’s Steinway & Sons piano to thank for drawing her to those black and ivory keys at the age of six. Quickly showing talent for music she began her vocal training, with lessons to follow in guitar, flute, and drums. Over the years she has continued to perfect her craft as a musician and songwriter, while also pursuing studies in dance and acting. Marga Lane is trained in various dance styles including, hip-hop, jazz, and tap. Excelling in these classes, Marga Lane was given the opportunity to assist hip-hop classes for Todd Shanks in New York City. Since moving to LA she has danced in Carnival and The Industry Voice Awards for choreographer Aliya Perry. Her acting classes allowed her to entertain as part of various theater programs, plays, as well as attending the prestigious NYU Tisch School of the Arts CAP 21 Musical Theater Program In New York.

Marga Lane has played in support of singer/songwriter, Ron Pope in Los Angeles at The Roxy. Other venues in Los Angeles include, The Sayers Club, Foundation Room – House of Blues, The Joint, The Hotel Café, R&B Live, The Lowes Hotel, Café Entourage, Room 5, Skinny’s Lounge, The Athena Bar & Grill, and Molly Malones. She has performed in a multitude of capacities ranging from musical theater productions to smaller, more intimate venues, such as the Bitter End in New York City and FAB Restaurant in Mt. Kisco, NY. Marga Lane has also performed the national anthem for many Major League Baseball and National Basketball Association teams, including the Washington Wizards, the New Orleans Hornets, and the Kansas City Royals. During her college years, Marga Lane played with her band at venues such as the famed CGBG’s and Kenny’s Castaways in New York City. She has played in support of Columbia recording artists, Valencia at Northeastern University and other Boston venues including All Asia and Copperfields Bar. Marga Lane was also a featured performer for 2 years as a part of the Berklee College of Music Pop/Rock Live Showcase at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston.

Marga Lane’s musical influences include Motown, Pop, Latin, and Hip Hop. This diversity allows for her to mix different musical genres into something that is exciting and fresh. Marga Lane is proving she is as versatile and as distinctive as they come. Marga Lane’s smooth style and her wealth of musicality make her such a fine artist. She is an extremely driven, self-motivated individual, and continues to grow with each song and performance. Marga Lane is proving that she can, and will have her voice heard in headphones and stages all around the world.